can't go back to cleaveland
until we soak that southern sun
maybe we can face it
you're no use
and i'm no fun
we were never holy ghosts
and we are not sinnin sons
you are not a boxer
and i am not a bedden one
but i'd have fought like hell
if i had known
cause you're the only match i've ever known
sleep in seperate bedrooms
or we could sleep in seperate towns
it's keepin me from sleepin
the thought of you sleepin around
still, and warm, and soft, and solid
feet firm on the ground
you say "where's our anger gone?"
well, it's burrowing deep down
cause i am not afraid of letting go
i'm just afraid of losing what i know
love you, learn it's something
to be earned and spent and lost
you can say "it's fucked up"
but you can't afford the cost
we could build a building
if we hadn't such soft arms
kiss you in my parents house
so open, brave, and warm
i am not a fool, i say "i know you'll slip away"
and all the best that i can do then
is stay in bed all day
and then one morning
i'll wake up and then i'll feel okay
one morning down the road
i will wake up and feel okay

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southern sun song meanings
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