"Silly Me" as written by Sarah Buxton and Jason Deere....
First time in a week that I actually got myself out of the house
I came around to the cold hard fact that I'm gona have to do without you
Colorado and all my dreams they came crashin' right down on my head
And then my heart fell apart as I sat down in a taxi cab, headin' uptown
Mascara all over the seat, and the driver just looked at me

Thought if I gave you everything
That we'd survive and you'd be all I'd ever need
But you can't earn what lovers owe
I don't want a police man, I want a home
My meant-to-be was all make-believe
Silly me

Lookin' back I guess we always had it comin' we were runnin' up against the wind
You never took me down to Ellajay, Georgia to meet your folks and your friends
When you cry, you're a twice, you're all lies, the goodbyes were all over the place
And in your arms, it was wrong and I think I knew
But I was so turned on, so in love with you
Sometimes this time of night, I wonder if you're doin' all right

Thought if I gave you everything
That we'd survive and you'd be all I'd ever need
But you can't earn what lovers owe
I don't want a police man, I want a home
My meant-to-be was all make-believe
Silly me
How do I get myself in this kind of trouble?

Thought if I gave you everything
That we'd survive and you'd be all I'd ever need
But you can't earn what lovers owe
I don't want a police man, I want a home
My meant-to-be was all make-believe
My meant-to-be was all make-believe
Silly me
Ah, silly me


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"Silly Me" as written by Sarah Buxton Jason Deere

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