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Lyrics

Leftover Love
(by Tim Jackson and Eric Erdman)

It can ruin even the flavor of filet mignon
When your heart's still chewing on some romance long gone
That soggy Valentine in styrofoam

Partial saveable , microwavable way more nostalgic than really craveable

Leftover Love

It's never tasty as it was hot off the griddle
May be steamy around the edges
but still icy cold in the middle
You'll be lucky if you can even stomach a nibble

Preposterously globulous, stuck in your esophagus
Horribly non-thermally homogenous

Leftover Love

You were sure that you should take it home
Thinking you'd get to it before it spoiled
But it'll end up stale affection, in need of convection
Side-eyeing from some wrinkled tin foil

You were sure that you should bring it home
For the next time that hungers starts to nag
But if you have to pre heat the oven
That ain't no puppy loving
Maybe there's a reason it's called a doggy bag

It can ruin even the flavor of filet mignon
When your heart's still chewing on some romance long gone
That soggy Valentine in styrofoam

Leftover Love