Rubbin' It In by Chelsea Grin
Last night, I went out with some old friends.
I couldn't help but to think of you again.
Someone was wearing your cologne.
What a cruel way to remind me that your gone.
A couple danced over by the jukebox.
Hand in hand, I thought they'd never stop.
They played out song again and again.
How could anyone be so insensitive.
They're laughing at me.
I just know it.
As if they knew all along I'd blow it.
Everywhere I turn, something reminds me of the way things were.
I love you, I lost you, I know what a fool I've been.
And it seems like the whole world keeps rubbin' it in.
Every time I turn on the TV.
I comer across one of our favorite movies.
A love story that ends in a kiss,
How'd the cable company get in on this.
I swear I pass your car when I'm on the highway.
Since when did everyone drive red Chevrolets
It never really is your car.
I think some people are taking this a little too far>
Repeat chorus twice
Yeah it seems like the whole world keeps rubbin' it in.