She'll probably call me up and ask me how I am
Try to get the past stirred back up again,
Shell comment on my voice how its so good to hear
Then she's gonna ask, can I come over there
And ill let her.

She'll do that little tap like she does on my front door
I'll take one long deep breath cause I know whats in store
We'll have a couple drinks start to reminisce,
She'll move in nice and close and try to steal a kiss
And ill let her.

Knowing that the pleasure isn't really worth the pain
I'll trade a night of sunshine for a hundred days of rain
She'll paint a pretty life of me and her together
Even though I know better
I'll let her.

She'll start to whittle on my heart, lips against my skin
Before the night is through she'll carve her name again.
She wants to keep me close all the nights when she's alone
In the morning she'll just want to let me go
And I'll let her

Knowing that the pleasure isn't really worth the pain
I'll trade a night of sunshine for a hundred days of rain
Paint a pretty life of me and her together
Even though I know better
I'll let her.

She'll probably call me up, ask be how I've been
Try to get the past all stirred back up again


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