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I was mean to a lady on the train.
I pushed past people, I didn't look the other way.
I didn't say thank you when the cashier gave me change.

I didn't sleep, I just stayed up all night.
And when he pushed past me, I tried to start a fight.
And I still believe two wrongs make a right.

I don't think this will haunt me.

I'll be loud in public.
I'll be mean to strangers.
It's my way of reaching out.
It's my way of reaching out.

I got so drunk that I called her on the phone.
I cried on my friend's couch, I couldn't make it home.
I guess this is what I get for being alone.

I don't think this will haunt me.

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from "This is what you learned​.​", released June 24, 2014

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