I fear that I've lost you
Oh, hell, what am I doing here?
I'm strung out and you've erased us
I taste him on your tongue

Let's meet again and we'll fall in love
In love, in love, in love
You are a cheat, make love to me
To me, to me, to me
You'll always be my Clementine
Clementine, Clementine
Let's trap ourselves in these sheets
These sheets, these sheets, these sheets

I'm gonna try to find my way out of here
Take the train to Montauk and I'll be there
(I deserve what I've got coming)

I fear that I've lost you
Oh, hell, what am I doing here?
I'm strung out and you've erased us
I taste him on your tongue

Let's meet again and we'll fall in love
In love, in love, in love
You are a cheat, make love to me
To me, to me, to me
You'll always be my Clementine
Clementine, Clementine
Let's trap ourselves in these sheets
These sheets, these sheets, these sheets

I'm gonna try to find my way out of here
Take the train to Montauk and I'll be there

You, it's always you, it's you that I have loved
You, you, always you, I'm always coming back to you

You're haunting
You're haunting and I miss you
Ever we first met on the beach
We were so stupid
Oh, we were so stupid back then
But you are in my eyes perfect


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Running From Lacuna song meanings
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    My InterpretationIf I had to guess, this song is about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. "You'll always be my Clementine." Clementine is the main girl from the movie. "Ever we first met on the beach" and "I'm strung out and you've erased us" only support this idea.
    Cinsunon June 18, 2011   Link

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