When it fell,
all unplugging phones for weeks,
but then it helps,
and I covered my head in leaves.
But Jolene saw me pacing the streets after dark.
She rolled down her window,and I got in her car.
We drove for an hour then we stopped at the bar for drinks.

This is hell.
My kind is a dying breed.
And I will kill
that bastard before he leaves.
But you wait by the payphone for hours at a time,
I'm dying of thirst so pass me the wine.
This is only a dream; you can wake up any time you like.

Shh, You tell,
or let em find out themselves.
Madmoselle, you're unlocking doors to sell;
that's what I do,
honey, you got your mood.

But you will owe.
I would go to get you through.
but you wait by the payphone fore hours at a time,
I'm dying of thirst so pass me the wine.
This is only a dream, you can wake up any time you'd like.


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Jolene/Payphone song meanings
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