I spent the winter in Havana.
I drank my money in Atlanta.
I know I can't live if i don't see you today.
I know it never works but I know I'd never hurt
If we could find each other again another way.

When you're walking over my grave
And you find there's nothing to say
Just walk on by No don't you cry
Just walk away.

Well it's the only way I've known, they tell me
And I've always been that way so
However you want me to be I will pray but you know
I can't change.
You say our love is a hometown parade
That the fighting is just a charade
And that my drinking and thinking is driving you insane.

And the only way i knew it was good
Between me and you
To tell the earth from the moon
Was your body for my own
Wrapped inside my arms
I worshiped all your charms
But now it's gone and I am long gone.

You know I've been running away
But the exits they all look the same.
Haven't you needed the freedom of losing your past?
My letters will never reach your eyes
For you know that they were only lies.
Haven't you needed
The freedom of losing your past?


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