New Song Release

I must have worn out my welcome. Either that or you did it for me.

Hey mom, I’m getting really sick of this
Your drinking is getting quite ridiculous
I use to care but now I don’t give a shit
Our family or the bottle, I guess you’ll have to pick.
But, you stick to the liquid
You’re a time bomb waiting to go off start ticking
And when you’re bitching about every little problem,
What do I do? I listen. Standing in the kitchen wishing, I didn’t have to see my mother in these conditions.
Alcohol has you clenched in its fist and,
Any urge to drink you don’t fight you give in.
Look at how you are living, it’s pretty depressing.
Especially because you’ve been given so many chances to learn your lesson. You better start confessing, because the things you say when you’re this way got me stressing.
So much tension, So many questions, I’m afraid you’re sinking, not thinking in the proper way. I love you, but not today. I got a lot to say, but I’m not gonna stay here and take your criticisms. I’d rather live without them than live within them. You say I remind you of my father, I could try to help you but why even bother?

It’s the same thing, everyday. Come home late and you’re this way.
Now, it’s time I’ve got to go.

I must have worn out my welcome. Either that or you did it for me.
When I was just a little child you use to get drunk and ignore me. Shit like that sticks in a kids head. I’ve never gotten use to it but now I’m at wits end. I tried to offer up my hands for help. Seeing you like this gives me the worst feelings I’ve ever felt. But, it happens daily. I’m gone so don’t call me and don’t mail me. Don’t talk to me until you’ve changed. Get rid of the poison that’s in your veins. Find a new way to entertain your lonesome self for some positive gain. Maintain a life of sobriety, quit drinking and kill the anxiety.

It’s the same thing, everyday. Come home late and you’re this way.
Now it’s time, I’ve got to go.

Recoded Live & Mixed @ Kaboom Records by Ziv Wolfson

Photo by Shahar Dod’el – Photographer

©Jungo Benko 2014