"Rosemarie" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
Posting down the page from your rainy day,
Waiting for the corners to curl back up anyway
Any way you move you rattle like loose change in your own shoes
Pacing nervous like a hospital,
It's crowded in the corners of your shower stall
Turn the water off and climb out and over the sides
You will be fine
Oh yeah
Oh yeah

I don't expect you to take it from me
But open your eyes, Rosemarie
The good and the bad, everything we could grab
It's all free
Take it now, Rosemarie

I used to keep a wooden box by the bed on the floor,
Hung a good luck doll off the knob on the door
Sometimes I look in to the sun and wonder what all my worrying was really really for
I know you're suspicious of optimism's gleam,
Especially coming from someone like me
But baby, I want to take you down to our woods
And wash your feet in that cold, cold stream
Oh yeah
Oh yeah

I don't expect you to take it from me
But open your eyes, Rosemarie
The good and the bad, the days that we had
It's all free
Take it now, Rosemarie yeah
Take it now, Rosemarie yeah
The good and the bad, take it from me
The days that we had, take it from me
The moon and the stars, take it from me
The light and the dark, take it from me
Take it now, Rosemarie


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"Rosemarie" as written by Jonathan Patrick Wurster James August Wilbur

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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