Whiskey dream, comfort me
I fell asleep in my clothes
Come on, Kathleen, I know you don’t wanna go

In your mother’s car
It’s when I met your heart
What a speech impairing spectacle to see
Come on Kathleen, I know you don’t wanna leave

It rattles me to my core
I swore I’d never let you slip through my fingers like you did
But you did
Now I feel that hollow swell
And It hurts like hell
Do you ever think you’re comin’ back?
Please, just come back home for good.

Rosie’s sandpaper tongue
Your breath fillin’ up my lungs
The three of us- a makeshift family
Come on Kathleen, I know you don’t wanna leave

To my baby girl in the picture
Could you pass along that I miss her?
I know you’re still in there somewhere
Come on, Kathleen. You know this ain’t fair

It rattles me to my core
I swore I’d never let you slip through my fingers like you did
But you did
Now I feel that hollow swell
And It hurts like hell
Do you ever think you’re comin’ back?
Please, just come back home for good.

Come on back home. Come on back home for good
Whiskey dream, comfort me, I feel asleep in my clothes
It rattles me to my core
I swore I’d never let you slip through my fingers like you did
But you did

Come on back home. Come on back home for good.


Lyrics submitted by TheSavingPointe

Whiskey Dream Kathleen song meanings
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