If you still wanna wear my name, dearly departed
I'm hard up and lonesome, but I know where your heart is
And if I still take your breath away, you don't need to say nothing
I hear the thunder out in the distance

And I remember nights with the stereo on
C'est la vie, save me
And I know you remember the first time I needed you here
I called Carolina, told you come home
Please come home

La la la la la la
It's just all that I'm mourning
La la la la la la
But I get so frustrated sometimes
La la la la la la
But I do still burn for you
La la la la la la
I'm gonna bring it back home tonight

And I know how you're lonely
With them long nights I'm working
Midnight oil it stretches and stretches

And I remember nights with the stereo on
C'est la vie, save me
And I know you remember the first time I needed you here
I called Carolina, told you come home
Please come home

So darling, bare with me
I just wanna lie here for a while
I know the daylight comes too soon
And for a minute there, I lost my shame, shame, shame, shame

La la la la la la
It's just all that I'm mourning
La la la la la la
But I get so frustrated sometimes
La la la la la la
But I do still burn for you
La la la la la la
I'm gonna bring it back home tonight
La la la la la la
I'm gonna bring it back home tonight
La la la la la la


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