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Come Away With Me, 12:06 PM, Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Here's the day you hoped would never come Don’t feed me violence, just run with me Through rows of speeding cars The paper cuts, the cheating lovers The coffee’s never strong enough I know you think it’s more than just bad luck
There, there, baby It’s just text book stuff It’s in the ABC of growing up Now, now, darlin’ Oh don’t lose your head 'Cause none of us were angels And you know I love you, yeah
Sleeping pills, no sleeping dogs lie never Far enough away Listening in the cold sweat of guilt I’ve watched you slowly winding down for years You can’t keep on like this Now is as bad of time as any
There, there, baby It’s just text book stuff It’s in the ABC of growing up Now, now, darlin’ Oh don’t kill yourself 'Cause none of us were angels And you know I love you, yeah
It’s okay by me It’s okay by me It’s okay by me It was a long time ago
"Okay, so, sometimes even the best of us make rash decisions. Bad decisions. Decisions we pretty much know we're going to regret the moment, the minute, especially the morning after. I mean, maybe not regret, regret because at least, you know, we put ourselves out there. But...still. Something inside us decides to do a crazy thing. A thing we know will probably turn around and bite us in the ass. Yet, we do it anyway. What I'm saying is...we reap what we sow. what comes around goes around. It's karma and, any way you slice it...karma sucks.
One way or another our karma will leave us to face ourselves. We can look our karma in the eye or we can wait for it to sneak up on us from behind. One way or another, our karma will always find us. And the truth is, as surgeons, we have more chances than most to set the balance in our favor. No matter how hard we try we can't escape our karma. It follows us home. I guess we can't really complain about our karma. It's not unfair. It's not unexpected. It just...evens the score. And even when we're about to do something we know will tempt karma to bite us in the ass...well, it goes without saying. We do it anyway."