Worth Retelling Lyrics
She’'s telling me a story I have heard her tell before,
And I am listening again this time.
'Cause a story worth retelling is worth the listening.
A story worth retelling is worth the listening.
I ain't been so well these days and I've been wonderin',
If you miss me now,
'Cause I hate this town.
And I spent the last three days trying to fix my car,
And I know you've heard this song before,
But do you miss me?
Do you miss me now?
Do you miss me?
Do you miss me now?
I woke up in an apartment that was empty and I thought that if I stayed in bed, maybe I'd miss you less.
And I guess there's a church in the neighbourhood because I heard the bells.
And are you doing well these days?
And do you miss me?
Do you miss me now?
Do you miss me?
Do you miss me now?
There's a road somewhere in Mexico I've driven on before,
It goes through a dusty town,
Wish I were there now.
There was a kid in the street who seemed to recognise me,
He tore the bark off of his favourite tree with a faint familiarity.
A story worth retelling is worth the listening.
Do you miss me?
Do you miss me now?
Do you miss me?
Do you miss me now?
Do you miss me now?


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