"Carrie" as written by and Terry/robertson Britten....
Sorry to disturb you
But I was in the neighbourhood
About a friend I've her picture
Could you take a look?
Oh, I appreciate you're busy
And time is not your own
Yeah, maybe it would be better
If I telephoned

Carrie doesn't live here anymore
Carrie used to room on the second floor
Sorry that she left no forwarding address
That was known to me
Carrie doesn't live here anymore
You could always ask at the corner store
Carrie had a date with her own kind of fate
It's plain to see

Another missing person
One of many we assume
The young wear their freedom
Like cheap perfume
(It's useless information)
Returning my call
(To help the situation)
They've nothing at all
You're just another message
On a payphone wall


Lyrics submitted by WilliamThomas

"Carrie" as written by Joey Tempest Gunnar Michaeli

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentI familiar with this song by a local band called CANO (from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada), I would like to know who covered who (according to my research, both parties released this song in the same year!). I really love this song. To me, sounds like this girl who ran away.
    priestpiloton February 16, 2007   Link

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