It’s Alright, It’s All Wrong

Written by: Pierce Edens

She said, “Why’s it got to be so hard?
Why you want to make it so Goddamn hard?
What if falling down was just falling down,
and not worth it after all?
Cause we all got trouble don’t we,
Aint we all cut from that same old ragged cloth?
But I would take your ragged company
over any other I’ve come across.
So, don’t you dare go being happy without me,
If you ever did I don’t know what I’d do.
The only thing I know with any certainty
is that everything I thought I knew…

Everything I thought I knew…
Yeah, Everything I thought I knew…
Everything I thought I knew…
Before you was wrong.

Alright. All wrong. Oh oh.

So, drop your car keys down into the punch bowl.
Pick a walking stick out by the back door.
We’ll go cut a new trail up off of the old road
Where ain’t nobody looking for us.
Cause I ain’t got nothing to do today
And ain’t nothing in this world I’d rather do
Than go wandering off into the backwoods
Wherever you’re leading me to.
How’d you pick up that broken sky so easily?
How’d you trick that rose into bloom?
How’d you take away all that uncertainty
Along with everything I thought I knew?

Now, everything I thought I knew…
Everything I thought I knew…
Everything I thought I knew…
Before you was wrong.
All wrong, all wrong, oh oh.
Alright, All right, All right. oh oh.