Should Have Leaned On You
I don't know what held me back from turning to you
I should have known that you'd help me see it through
I'd long given up fighting the addiction
On intoxicant-induced adrenaline I was driven
Though I knew what I did was wrong
I kept at it, it was the only thing that kept me going strong
They said I messed my life up
So I spent my nights with strangers at the pub
I really did had nothing left to lose
Their cold-shoulder found me losing myself in coke and booze
Somewhere inside I knew that I shouldn't
But I drowned myself in high-life, 'cause nobody could
Stop a second and try to understand
Why it was that I held a knife in my hand
Malice pumped through my every vein
I thought If I died I'd be immune to pan
A disappointment, a failure, was all they thought of me
They don't know how hard it made me to just be
Who's guilty? They pushed me off the edge
Made it hard to breathe, so from this life I fled
Now I watch in overwhelming grief
My love living his life in healing belief
It kills to know that I should have seen
How on you, baby, I could have leaned
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