"Sweet Virginia [Single Mix]" as written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards....
I couldn't tell
The weight of the world
Was on your shoulders
Couldn't tell you were unhappy,
You were unwell
I go along like nothing is wrong
No need to worry
Too late to feel sorrow
Upon borrowed time
Then now there's no answers
No easy way out
Take it all if you want
Take it all if you want

If you know how to run
Sweet Virginia, you should run
If you know how to play
Sweet Virginia, you should play
If you know how to say
Sweet Virginia, you should say
If you know how to be
Be without me, you should be
You should be

I couldn't see
It seems I don't learn or get the message
Don't know you you carry it all by yourself
How can it be
It doesn't belong, it's so not funny
This vintage of violence again on parade
And now there's no wonder
No shelter from shame
Be alone if you want
Be alone if you want

If you know how to run
Sweet Virginia, you should run
If you know how to play
Sweet Virginia, you should play
If you know how to say
Sweet Virginia, you should say
If you know how to be
Be without me, you should be
You should be


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"Sweet Virginia" as written by Paul Blackburn Ian Thomas Ball

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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