Please, put on your ballroom dancing dress,
The one you wore on the day we met
Under the cold cold rain,
In this house, by the lake.

The south warm wind finally came as you promised,
Carrying nothing but your name.
I loved you for so long,
I loved the way you played, loved to play your way.

Do you still have the time to count the stars at night?

I wanna feel you tonight
Our souls would be good souls.
Then we could go for a drive
And leave the city lights behind.

Your mom's necklace is looking deadly good on you,
I've seen flowers blooming in your eyes.
Do you remember the color of the moon
That night we ran across the pines?

We rolled our bodies in the dust so many times,
We plugged our hearts on the airwaves.
Everything looked so nice,
You said: "What's mine is yours, what's yours is mine."

And do you still believe in golden unicorns?

I wanna feel you tonight,
Our souls would be good souls.
Then we could go for a drive
And leave the city lights behind.

I'm still just a man with a paper and a pen,
And a wedding ring hidden in words for a bride buried in dreams.
Who will be the one to heal me when you're gone?
Who's gonna wear that carmine linen dress and dance with me at night?

I wanna feel you tonight,
Our souls would be good souls.
Then we could go for a drive
And leave the city lights behind.

I need to see you tonight,
Your soul would be my soul.
Then if we go for a long ride
We'll leave these city lights behind.


Lyrics submitted by twsmusic

Carmine song meanings
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