She Said Tell Me
Did You Come Here Just To Leave?
Cause Come That Morning Rain You'll Be Gone
Cause You Been Coming 'Round
All Of My Life

She Says Baby
You Won't Miss Me Cause Neither Did They
You Got Enough Sense Than To Stay
Cause You Been Coming 'Round
All Of My Life

Now That Fifteens Come And Gone
They're Here To Steal You Away
From Your Dying Mothers Arms
Your Fathers Running Free
But You Can Hear Him
Over Your Head All The The Time

Now That Sixteens Come And Gone
You Got Your Own World To Save
And It's Strange And Doesn't Care
About Your Yesterday
And Their Only Talking To Your Ears
All Of The Time

You Got Your Blacked Out Saturdays
But Now Your Nineteen And Calming Down
And You Notice Every Night
But Now Your Older When Your Clouds Roll Away
And You Notice Everyday
Just To Get Over It Every Night

You Say Your Not So Young And Dumb
And Came Around To Believe
That Nothing Ever Ever Really As It Seems
But Man Those Days Fly When Your Looking Down
Get Dizzy And Then Move On

Looking Forward To waking Up Everyday
For That Moment Before You Remember Anything
But If You Got Something You'd Wished You Said
Here's Another Night On Earth

So Come Now Darling Take Me Down That Road
That You Never Ever Ever Been Down Before
Standing Outside Those Victorians
That Remind You Of A Home

Will You Tell Me All Your Troubles
For This Cold Walk Home
Cause Tomorrow Someone Else Will Be Singing This Song
Beside A Seven Stars Sky That's Heard This Story Before

It's Just Another Night On Earth.

And She Saw Hope.
For The Very First Time Today
But The Nights Still Smell the Same
Of All The Days And All The Years
Here We Are The Same As Before
With The Same Hopes And The Same Fears
All Of The Time

Without Another Place To Hide
That We Haven't Already Been Found

It's Just Another Night On Earth.


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The Virgin Of Verona (Strange Nights) song meanings
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