It’s not me, It’s you
Is this a fight worth fighting? Am I better off a quitter? They say I’m better off now than I ever was with you.
For once, there’s nothing up my sleeve, just some scars from a life that used to trouble me. A life I partly blame you for but I know I shouldn’t. I never imagined we’d end like this. You caused me more harm than good. There was nothing left to do but to walk away.
My most amazing feeling was seeing you. The constant high, the novelty, the excitement, the endless streams of dopamine. You were always there for me but then things changed. You had this way about you that made me feel terrible about myself.
You were lying to me. You were not faithful to me. You cheated on me with most of my friends. It hasn’t been easy for me, breaking up with you.
You fooled me once, now I’m twice as old
Believing and wanting the best for myself may feel like a leap, but it’s the best jump I ever made. The drought was the very worst when the connections we built together died of thirst.
89 days sober, I must admit. But just because I’m clean doesn’t mean I don’t miss it. 89 days older, I won’t give in. Now that I’m clean I’m never going to risk it.
I’ll walk through fire to save my life
I’m not going to spare your feelings and say something like, “Don’t worry, It’s not you, It’s me.” Because, dear pornography, I’m glad things are over between us. See I ain’t gonna lie but I ain’t gonna phone you. No, I ain’t gonna try to forget what I’ve gone through. Everybody knows what you do. Everybody saw and sold the truth. I was young and gullible but baby I grew and now the whole world’s watching you. Stop trying to contact me, because, remember It’s not me, It’s you.
—Drew Inspiration from Pornography isn’t your problem, Kimbra, Sia, Taylor Swift, Fun and, The Script.