Don’t Tell Me What To Do - Air Traffic Controler.
I think this is how we both felt tonight…the italics and bold are the ones that just jumped out at me..
Don’t you tell me what to do
when you know where I’d rather be. The only one I answer to, that person isn’t you; that person is me. Don’t try to make me feel bad. Oh yeah that mightve worked before but I’m not falling for your act; no I don’t need none of that. I’m just looking for the door. And you tell me all along that you like me, but I’m starting to wonder, cause you never seem to want to be beside me when I’m having my fun. Don’t you tell me what to do, and more importantly, don’t tell me what I shouldn’t do. No need to say to me what you would do if it was you, cause I never asked for your sophisticated point of view. And don’t you look at me like that. I’m doing everything I can to keep my identity intact, I may be sounding like an ass, but I’m just behaving like a man. Why do you tell me all along that you need me, cause I’m starting to wonder? I bet you’re wishing someone else would supersede me while I’m out having my fun. Your heart has a mind of its own and you ain’t learning a damn thing lately. So just get out, just get out while you still have a chance. You’ll find someone you love completely. Cause your heart has a mind of its own and you ain’t learning a damn thing. You told me all along you adore me, still I continue to wonder, cause all you ever seem to do is ignore me when I’m having such fun.
The last two verses stab deep and twist.
I forgot how amazing this song is
#air traffic controller
Finally watched the last couple episodes of Weeds last night. So good.
Also, I realize my long time crush on Shoshannah Stern has not faded… My penchant for strong noses, weak chins, and ridiculous facial expressions is strong.
Built to last: the Seagull House of Devon, England was converted from a barn in 1987. It’s a traditional oak timber frame, and is likely to last 100s of years if well-maintained.
(Designed by Roderick James.)
"Eventually, soulmates meet, for they have the same hiding place."