You said, "Darling, please wake up. We've gotta get going before they're up. We can beat them to the border. Start a new life, with each other..."
And I said "Darling, don't you leave me. You're the last bit of sunshine that I have left. Your eyes are restless, and rightly soothed. For three days of driving straight, and three more to go..."

Tonight we'll dance with the best of them.
Learn the customs of the south.
And we'll retire to our hotel room, and we'll be each other's only company.
You'll be the only company I'll ever need.

I said, "Darling, don't look back. The last thing we need now is for you to be sad... They'll never catch us. Just rest your head, only two more days now, til we share a bed."
You said, "Darling, have some faith. True love conquers all. Just you wait..."
I hope that's true, now. Cause it's what gets me through, to face the fact that I lost you.

Tonight we'll dance with the rest of them.
Learn the customs of the sky.
And we'll retire for eternity, and we'll be each other's only company.
You're always the only company I'd ever need.

You're all I need. (x 4)

Lyrics submitted by trixsarahxtops

The Great American Love Story song meanings
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