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  1. I'm To Blame

From the album Westbound & Down

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Lyrics

I'm To Blame

VERSE 1:
17 years and an empty bottle,
Full of all my sins.
I used to sell my soul away,
At a bar called Mickie Finnz.
The years went by, all the shots they'd buy,
Just about drove me insane.
You'd never think on that little street,
So much glamorized cocaine.

CHORUS:
If I sold my soul,
Would they still judge me?
And if I go make gold,
Could they ever forgive me ?
Cuz' I'm the one to blame.

VERSE 2:
Six days a week, we call it,
A labor of love.
Sometimes we work, sometimes I weep about,
The songs left unsung.
I can't forget when things went dark, Broken tabs and broken hearts.
You'd never think we'd wanna relive,
But with time, we'll all forgive.

CHORUS:
If I sold my soul,
Would they still judge me?
And if I go make gold,
Could they ever forgive me ?
If I sold my soul,
Would they still judge me?
And if I go make gold,
Could they ever forgive me ?
Cuz' I'm the one.
Yeah I'm the one.
I'm the one, I'm the one to blame.