I live a long way from Fenway Park
And that's where I left my heart
The city of Boston will always be my home
Seems like I can't let it go

We used to live out in the hills
And paint chipped from the window sills
The house creaked when the wind started to blow
Seems like I can't let it go

I left my memories in the city
I needed some space to breath
Because
Everything went by so fast
After you left me

Curled up on the couch
The fire's about to go out
Watching as the Red Sox steal home
Seems like I can't let it go

I'm holding you in my arms
My beautiful good luck charm
We fall asleep to a tune that we both know
Seems like I can't let it go

I left my memories in the city
I needed some space to breath
Everything went by so fast
After you left me

I wish (I wish)
I could lie (I could lie)
About the red in the sky (in the sky)
That I saw the night you died
And somehow (somehow)
Inside (inside)
I knew in my mind (in my mind)
That you had said goodbye

I left my memory in the city
I needed some space to breath
Everything went by so fast
After you left me


Lyrics submitted by sicharmonic

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