"Catholic Girls" as written by and Robert Cato Cody Payne....
Even with the walls around me,
I'll always miss the place where
I grew up.
It made us tough.

Simple love and wealthy families;
Suicides of kids that died too young.
It broke us up.

And I remember laughing
When we caught up;
Asking if that was still a part of me.
It's still a part of me.
At night we used to drive
Until we couldn't.
All that we wanted
Was some company,
And it was comforting.

We'll all carry on into the world.

Innocence was hard to stand by,
Even with those catholic girls we loved;
When they gave it up.
Life goes on.

But I remember laughing
When we caught up;
Asking if that was still a part of me.
It's still a part of me.
At night we used to drive
Until we couldn't.
All that we wanted
Was some company,
And it was comforting.

Visit with the Virden family;
Step inside the house I first felt love.
I earned that cut.
And Loriann I know you're out there
Watching us continue to grow up.
You gave too much.
Your life goes on.

And I remember laughing
When we caught up;
Asking if that was still a part of me.
It's still a part of me.
At night we used to drive
Until we couldn't.
All that we wanted
Was some company,
And it was comforting.

At night we used to drive
Until we couldn't.
All that we wanted
Was some company.


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"Catholic Girls" as written by Cody Payne Andrew Perdomo

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    My InterpretationTo me it sounds like he's talking about a tough childhood and growing up. And how he fell in love and was discussing with this person now (present) that he still thinks about the relationship and his childhood, it is very much a part of him and shaped who he is today. Even though it wasn't exactly easy, he still remembers his childhood fondly. He also talks about how it was tough not to want to grow up and to not have sex (innocence was hard to stand by) and that he probably took (asked for) too much from their girlfriends, i.e taking their virginity. All they wanted was the company. But life goes on... and they have all moved on and grown up.
    darkfrankhson November 29, 2013   Link

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