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Dylan Rice: Music

Homewrecker's Lament

(Dylan Rice)
He was a good man from a good home until he met me, oh
When it started, all he wanted was release, but he got me, oh
He was fair game -- she approved with her blind eye, oh
If you see him, if you see her
Tell him I love him, tell her he loves her

The homewreckers of earth shall roam
As long as men are lacking self-control
Can someone find me a home I can’t wreck—
A home with walls as thick as continents that can withstand my love?

She was a good friend, she bought me mochas, until she found us, oh
We were tangled on the couch, a glistening heap, we were finished, oh
I can’t blame him – he’s confused
Do you blame me? Do you?
If you see her, if you see him
Tell her he loves her, tell him I love him

The homewreckers of earth shall roam
As long as men are lacking self-control
Can someone find me a home I can’t wreck—
A home with walls as thick as continents that can withstand my love?

Good man
Good home
Until he met me, oh
When it started
All he wanted was release
But he got me, oh