Caroline shows me black faces,
soft unkind tender dark places,

and then the orange tree begins it's blooming,
outside the window to your room,
lend me the entrance that I've grown fond of,
wrapped in the scent of your perfume,
we will soft recline,
Caroline.

Caroline shows me black faces,
soft unkind tender dark places,

then we climb that orange tree naked,
like the magnolia in the park,
you'd make a comment about my blue eyes,
that's such a touching sweet remark,
passed from your lips to mine,
Caroline.


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Caroline and the Orange Tree song meanings
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