E Abm A B People are starting to tear down their Christmas lights. Dbm B It never got cold here, A B but they know that the season's died. E Abm A B I've been sleeping in a motel off 95. Dbm B I don't really mind it much. A B The clerk at the desk is nice. A E A E A Well he pours me a coffee and asks me if it's been a long night. E Abm Well I found a bar that's just A B outside the township line. Dbm B I go there most every night. A B I drank my last paycheck dry E Abm A B And outside, a homeless man asks me for change and I, Dbm B I look him straight in his eyes. A B He starts to apologize. A E Tells me god's got a plan for me and that it'll be alright. A E I didn't know that I looked that pathetic. A E I didn't know that I looked that pathetic. A E A I didn't know that I looked that pathetic. E Abm A B The owner's been giving me a break on my rent this week. Dbm B A B He says that I'm good for it. I joke how I'm probably E Abm A B But I came up short again and nobody's laughing. Dbm B So I'll sneak out at 2 am. A B I can't do it honestly. A E Well I know I'm a coward and I feel a bad night coming. A E I didn't know that I looked that pathetic. A E I didn't know that I looked that pathetic. A E I didn't know that I looked that pathetic. A I didn't know. E A B So, pour me another drink for a daughter I'll never meet, A A wife who don't love me, E And this cold cup of coffee. A B So pour me another drink and I'll count my blessings. A E I've got a half tank of gas left and this bottle ain't empty.