Wish I Did
Wish I Did
Alison Williams, Vickie Raye
© 2008

I don’t smoke but if I did
I could blame the way my hands shake on trying to quits
Oh breathing ain’t easy but neither is this hell we’re living
No I don’t smoke but sometimes I wish I did

Because it’s hard to get enough of what you can’t live with out
I watch myself burn as you turn inside out
Bad habits need breaking but the words that I’m thinking
Won’t come near these lips

I don’t drink much but if I did
I could blame looking the fool on the wine that I sip
Oh I stumble, unravel every time you touch my skin
No I don’t drink much but sometimes I wish I did

Because it’s hard to get enough of what you can’t live with out
I watch myself drown as you turn inside out
Bad habits need breaking but the words that I’m thinking
Won’t come near these lips

Oh staying or leaving
Loving or needing
Tell me which ones the greater sin
I don’t want to lose you but sometimes I wish I did

Because it’s hard to get enough of what you can’t live with out
I‘m burning, drowning as you turn inside out
Bad habits need breaking but the words that I’m thinking
Won’t come near these lips

I don’t want to lose you
No no I don’t want to lose you
But sometimes I wish I did
Wish I did Wish I did