I know a place in Carolina
It's open year round
But only after dark so
Bring your gal and bring your wine
Unwind from your day
Gee, don't you know that you're in for a show
When you go down to Karen's Cafe

I know a place in Carolina
It's open year round
But only after dark so
Bring your gal and bring your wine
Unwind from your day
Gee, don't you know that you're in for a show
When you go down to Karen's Cafe

I've been up, down, all around
Looking for a place to spend my nights
I don't wanna give it away
I don't want everybody crowding up my space but
I believe in sharing when you find a good thing
It's only common sense
Nobody likes to do it alone

It's dark and warm and candlelit
The perfect hideaway
But only if it (shh) stays a secret
Don't be shy, now come on by
Come hear the band play
Gee, don't you know that you're in for a show
When you go down to Karen's Cafe

{Instrumental, and she hums and says "sing it again boys" here}

I've been up, down, all around
Looking for a place to spend my nights
I don't wanna give it away
I don't want everybody crowding up my space but
I believe in sharing when you find a good thing
It's only common sense
(Nobody likes to do it alone)

So if you see my little place in Carolina
Don't tell your mother, brother, sister Sally, or uncle Joe
Just bring your gal and bring your wine
Unwind from your day
Gee, don't you know that your in for a show
when you go, go, go, ohhhhhh
Gee, don't you know that your in for a show
when you go down to Karen's Cafe


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Karen's Cafe (Bonus Track for One Tree Hill) song meanings
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