Unfinished

All my rough edges
Un-smoothed by the grit of this town
Made from the rubble
Rebuilt from the sticks and the leaves

Oh, I’m kept, but I ain’t clean
Learnin’ how to run this fragile machine
Well I believe in preservation
Yes, it’s fun to pretend

Don’t you know? Don’t you know...

That I am unfinished, I am a Half-Made Man
And I need your forgiveness
To feel whole again

Just scraps from the floor
Propped up casting shadows around
Looking for trouble
Lord, she ain’t easy to please
Where’s my missing piece?

Lathed long and lean tattooed and serene
Yes she’s worth the work

Don’t you know? Don’t you know...

That I am unfinished, I am a Half-Made Man
And I need your forgiveness
To feel whole again

All of these words and the promises
They’re only good as the man
And I ain’t going to let you down
Like I did before

Cause I ain’t finished yet...

That I am unfinished, I am a Half-Made Man
And I need your forgiveness
To be fixed, to feel whole, to be complete again.