Someone once asked me,‘why do you drink so much coffee?’ and I fought the urge to sayif I didn’t drink coffee, it would be whiskeyBecause it takes 8 cups of coffee a dayto get my mind racing fast enoughto skip over thoughts of youBut one bottle of whiskeyto forget, not only who you are,but who I have been
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Someone once asked me,‘why do you drink so much coffee?’ and I fought the urge to sayif I didn’t drink coffee, it would be whiskeyBecause it takes 8 cups of coffee a dayto get my mind racing fast enoughto skip over thoughts of youBut one bottle of whiskeyto forget, not only who you are,but who I have been

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