Come around, can't afford to buy another van before summer comes
And what I've found, from nights alone without a phone call, is that I ain't heading where you're bound
On the beach the surfer boys with sandy hair all flock to you to see you smile
You're out of reach but not because you're gone simply because you haven't been here for a while

You could always find a place to stay and I don't need to know
You could always find someone to love and I won't let it show

Harbor oak the sailors and their tattooed ladies look at you like at the stars
At night I choke, I couldn’t stand the campfire whispers, I try not to think 'bout where you are
Holding back the memories of you, sometimes I picture us there, lying in the wind
If a heart is black then why's there golden light around it teaching me like mothers teach children

You could always find a place to stay and I don't need to know
You could always find someone to love and I won't let it show

And all I need is already gone
What I believe is taking too long
And when you leave I know you'll be strong because you're free

Lied again, took you back another time like all those times you took before
And if you miss a million whiskey kisses from me, well, I don't drink whiskey anymore

You could always find a place to stay


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