"Cabana Moon" as written by Woody Van Eyden and Andre Tannenberger....
Ruby always waits a while before she stays
Never looking back till he's miles away
Keeps her reputation like a stone
She's not really tired, she's just overgrown

[Chorus]
She says, hey, I could be wrong,
But at least I'm breathing!
Hey, we could go anywhere but down.
She says, Hey, let me be you
And I'll fall down screaming!
Everything's a miracle when you've got your face in the ground

Ruby never says what side she's on
She lives in the shade of unfinished songs
She has got a photographic soul
Everyone she meets in a fractured hole

[Chorus]

Ruby likes the sound of people's clothes
No one ever knows when she'll go
She's got reservations with the ghost
She's not looking back
She's just growing old

[Chorus]

Ruby always waits a while before she stays
Never looking back till he's miles away
Keeps her reputation like a stone
She's not really tired, she's just overgrown


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"Cabana Moon" as written by Woody Van Eyden Andre Tanneberger

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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