The real world isn’t real enough for you
The tall trees are not tall enough for you
Heartstrings are not tight enough
And love songs, they ain’t love enough
The real world isn’t real enough for you

Sunshine isn’t bright enough for you
Bright eyes just aren’t light enough for you
The desert isn’t sand enough
And the ocean isn’t land enough
Well, the real world isn’t real enough for you

And the sun goes down
On the world that spins around
Casting shadows on this town
But try not to be sad
‘Cause baby what we got, it ain’t that bad

Freight trains don’t move fast enough for you
Seasons they don’t last enough for you
Bed sheets are not soft enough
An’ nowhere isn’t lost enough
The real world isn’t real enough for you

And the sun goes down
Like the soil, like the ground
You are lost when you are found
Like a melody unwound
Baby what we got, it ain’t that...

And the sun goes down
On the world that we found
And the clocks are all wound
For a lifetime that we have
Baby what we got, it ain’t that bad
Said baby what we got, it ain’t that bad
Baby what we got, it ain’t that bad


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