For What It’s Worth

Slow Talk

Track #3 from the “New Vernacular” EP

Am I a cheater?
Like the man I was told my father was
For all it’s worth, I would do it again

Like father, like son 
We’re full circle, now it’s all said and done but
For all it’s worth, I would do it again

I’m just a fool at his wits end 
Don’t let me fool you too, this wasn’t pretend
For all its worth, I would do it again

I’ll blame it on the chemicals tonight
To punish you for wasting all my time

Am I at fault?
I had to know
Am I at fault
To have made that call?
Oh, oh

I need to know, I need to go
I need to find myself
I need to know, I need to go
I need to find myself

I need to know, I need to go
I need to find myself
No, I don’t condone it
But I’m so unwell
I need to know, I need to go
I need to find myself
Let me go, this new cologne
Will be bad for your health

The good days are just the old days now
Emancipated youth at the lost and found

The good days are just the old days now
I pushed it too far, now I’m breaking down

Am I cheater?

Now I know, now I know
For what it’s worth
I had to be sure
Now I know, now I know
For what it’s worth
It wasn’t worth what you endured
Now I know, now I know
For what it’s worth
That I’m at fault
Now I know, now I know
For all it’s worth
I was always sure

For What It’s Worth single artwork by Slow Talk