From the recording Cold Medicine
In the morning you call, like a farewell to all. With a ring, another wedding day. I always thought you would come to see the dogs and their dung, and where one day their heads would lay. When he runs will you come undone? You got a simple plan, but he's not a simple man.
You could find with a dance, another death wish romance. You never saw though you wiped your eyes. With every dog you put down, seven more come around. A sugar grin that left no man behind. When he runs, will you come undone? You got a simple plan, but he's not a simple man.
Take a photo if you want, send it off with a special font so people must believe it's true. He got a plan he won't hide, beneath you feed the fool inside of you.
Now the rain fell so long, seemed for August it's wrong. Never saw the water set so high. They said you burned the hound's house down, till the embers hit ground. And the flames they never dried your eyes. When he runs, will you come undone? You had a simple plan, but he's not a simple man. Ain't the first time, won't be the last.