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"A Place To Fall Apart" was featured in the Season Twenty-Two episode "A Boy And A Priest".

Background

The song is heard as a depressed Randy Marsh and Stuart McCormick sit and drink at Skeeter's Bar and Cocktails, contemplating the meaning of life. Afterward, another townsman runs by the bar to announce that the church is open once again, cause Randy and Stuart to change their mood and run outside with everyone else.

Lyrics

I'll probably never see you eye to eye again
This letter's meant to be my last farewell
But you need to understand I'm nearly crazy
You need to know my life has gone to hell

Write me back and tell me why it ended
Send a letter that i can show my heart
I'll be somewhere between I love you and what you're feeling now
Looking for a place to fall apart

Looking for a place to fall apart
Trying to find a place that I can leave my heart
I need to be somewhere hiding when I feel the teardrops start
Looking for a place to fall apart

I can't seem to justify your leaving me
I'm bewildered as to how it all came down
I thought everything was fine until your phone call
The call that turned my world around

Send me word and tell me why it ended
I need some final proof to show my heart
I'll be somewhere between I love you and what you're feeling now
Looking for a place to fall apart

Looking for a place to fall apart
Trying to find a place that I can leave my heart
I need to be somewhere hiding when I feel the teardrops start
Looking for a place to fall apart


Songs from Season Twenty-Two
A Place To Fall Apart | A Drink Before Going Home | Bike Parade | Faith In Christ | Flash Light | It's a Love Thing | More Bounce to the Ounce | No Easy Way Out | On a Colorado Farm | PC Babies | Silent Night | Sixteen Tons | Sweet Love | Today | Two Princes | Unfulfilled | Wee Cooper O'Fife | (Where Do I Begin?) Love Story

See Also: List of Songs | Season Twenty-Two

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