Anything

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"Anything"
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The Invisible Man cover
Song by Mark Eitzel from the album The Invisible Man
Released 2001
Format CD
Length 5:02
Label Matador Records
Writer(s) Mark Eitzel
Producer(s) Mark Eitzel
The Invisible Man track listing
  1. "The Boy With The Hammer In The Paper Bag"
  2. "Can You See?"
  3. "Christian Science Reading Room"
  4. "Sleep"
  5. "To The Sea"
  6. "Shine"
  7. "Steve I Always Knew"
  8. "Bitterness"
  9. "Anything"
  10. "Without You"
  11. "The Global Sweep Of Human History"
  12. "Seeing Eye Dog"
  13. "Proclaim Your Joy"

"Anything" is the 9th song on Mark Eitzel's 7th album, 2001's The Invisible Man.

Lyrics

When did you decide that the chill would never leave your bones
and none of the coats you wear would ever keep you warm
Liquor and pills
See your pain far away in the mirror
Why do you only see yourself when you're looking back
through the eyes of a stranger

Your mother always worried you'd be a sad old maid
Alone and sour as a glass of lemonade
But you're not alone - you should know that by now
I'd give anything to be where you are right now

Have you lost so much
that none of your tiny wishes can find a toehold
Have you been recast
as some odd character that has no story to unfold

My mother always worried I'd be a sad old maid
Alone and sour as a glass of lemonade
I'd give anything to be where you are right now

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