I am Sobriety

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A song about sobriety. THESE HANDS WILL NEVER TOUCH YOU AGAIN Groping in the dark. David felt a spark – she lit the night. She cost $45. She felt like a rocket, he was addicted to her fuel. She loved to keep him cool. Whenever he was happy, she blew it up. Whenever he was sad, she made it make sense. David fell in love. She became a glove, moulded to his hand. He couldn’t understand the hold she had – only knew he needed her. She needed him too. Whenever he was happy, she blew him up. Whenever he was sad she made it make sense. For days, David lay awake, trying to shake her haze away – ah, headaches. Lovemaking. Craving peaceful places. She wanted his body and soul. David would gaze out the window. He wanted the sunshine. She’d clang and gargle moonshine. David had enough. He left. Three days later, out of breath he came back and pressed his face into her lips. Whenever he was happy she blew it up. Whenever he was sad she made it make sense. David kicked the habit. David’s been celibate for three years. Every day, she cries in his ear. He wears a rubber band around his wrist. He snaps it, and he says – “These hands will never touch you again. These hands will never touch you again. Oh, my hands will never touch you again, Oh, never more feel your lips on me.” “These hands will never touch you again, because you robbed me of my innocence. These hands will never touch you again, because I have finally regained my sense.”
Originally posted on Youtube: These Hands Will Never Touch You Again (original song – Darcy Hay)

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