Take all the time you need to figure this out
And I'll plan a route down south
Plan a route down south
I'm pretty sure you've got your share of doubts
That this could never work out
That we could never work out

I've got my blindfold on and my heart wide open
I start up the engine so early in the morning
And now there's no looking back

So I walk through the door every night unsatisfied
Through all the drinks, the parties, people, places I've survived
But I'm stuck inside the border, the city limits
Far above the Mason-Dixon line
You're always on my mind

And baby, we can work out
Maybe we can work out
I hope that you can hear me all the way in Georgia
And baby, we can work out
Maybe we can work out
I hope that you can hear me all the way down
All the way down

So I'm bracing myself as I begin to speak
It's funny how you make my knees go weak
My whole body's burning up
I'm going crazy

I'm waking up on cold basement floors
Remembering the night before
Wondering if you're waking up on yours

And baby, we can work out
Maybe we can work out
I hope that you can hear me all the way in Georgia
And baby, we can work out
Maybe we can work out
I hope that you can hear me all the way down
All the way down

Take what you need
And I won't say anything
Take all the time you need to figure this out
And I'll plan a route down south
Plan a route down south

And baby, we can work out
Maybe we can work out
I hope that you can hear me all the way in Georgia
And baby, we can work out
Maybe we can work out
I hope that you can hear me all the way down
All the way down


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