Beau Corbeau - In the Past Lyrics

If we don't count the other ones
But don't worry, it's nobody you know
I'll pretend that I'm innocent
Little hummingbird naive in your hand
So you don't obsess about the others I've known
It's all in the past
But you dig it up, drag it out
Throw my name around the town
Then you look at me in disgust
Don't you, my love?
And I could have sworn that it's true
On my life and yours too that you were worse
Or just as bad as me
So why am I the one to be reviewed?
Not you, my love
I admit, I've been generous
Seems that giving my heart out ain't enough
But what's so bad about needing to be loved?
If you craved something brand new
Untouched, unscathed and never used
Then my dear, I ain't the one for you
It's all in the past
But you dig it up, drag it out
Throw my name around the town
Then you look at me in disgust
Don't you, my love?
And I could have sworn that it's true
On my life and yours too that you were worse
Or just as bad as me
So why am I the one to be reviewed?
Not you, my love