Fixed to Ruin

by Sam Roberts

Sam Roberts (born October 2, 1974) is a Juno Award-winning Canadian rock singer-songwriter, whose 2001 debut release, The Inhuman Condition, became one of the bestselling independent releases in Quebec and Canadian music history.




I'm fixed to ruin
You're fixed on me
We could change positions, honey
With no guarantee

Sun down in a southern town
Then it came, the rain
I saw you in a different light
You saw me just the same

She can dance like she got no bones
I forget I'm all alone

My wicked ways
They might be here to stay
You've been turnin? my head 'round, baby
With the things you say and the tricks you're playin?

What I'd do for you
Send me off the rails
End up in the jail house, baby
For a night with you under a moon so pale

Southeaster blowin? from dusk till dawn
Honey, where I'm goin??
Oh, the streets are mean
And the guns are drawn

She can dance like she got no bones
I forget I'm all alone

(Ooh)
I'd give it up for you
(Ooh)
If you want me to

I been a lonely man but you're bringin' me back
Oh, you're bringin' me back now
I been a lonely man but you're bringin' me back
Oh, you're bringin' me back now

And what I learn from you
Is that history's just things we do
Oh, what I learn from you
Is that history is just the things we do

I'm fixed to ruin
You're fixed on me
We can change positions, baby
With no guarantee

It's gonna be alright now, honey
Make no mistake now
There ain't no amount of money
Could ever take my place

She can dance like she got no bones
I forget I'm all alone
She can dance like she got no bones
I forget I'm all alone

Written by: SAM LEWIS ROBERTS

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