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Soul Asylum
To My Own Devices

Shouldn't a got so loaded
I damn near exploded
Oh Lord, you know
I should'a known it

Whatever the price is,
Whatever the crisis
Oh please don't leave me
To my own devices
Please don't leave me
To my own devices
Oh please don't leave me
To my own devices

She was a pretty good waitress
Said she waited on Elvis
Said she talks too much

Please don't leave me
To my own devices
Oh please don't leave me
To my own devices

Save it up for a rainy day
It just rained yesterday

Whatever the price is,
Whatever the crisis
Oh please don't leave me
To my own devices
Please don't leave me
To my own devices
Oh please don't leave me
To my own devices

I'm sorry I ever turned it on,
but I'm still your angel...

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Dedicated to the memory of John O'Brien.
John Obrien didn't have to research
alcoholism when writing 'Leaving Las Vegas' - he lived it.
A heavy drinker for most of his life,
O'Brien, like his main character Ben,
struggled greatly with the disease.
Though the film was a great sucess
both commercially and critically,
and O'Brien was commissioned to begin a new screenplay,
the author took his own life on April 13, 1994,
just two weeks after he learned
that his book was being made into a film.
He was 33 years old.

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