Well our homes and photographs
With our yards in Minneapolis
With leaving in our plans
Where Sarah's staying back
I heard the cold left that spring
With Karen in her apron
Gonna be there when she sings
In the Minnesota heat

And Aidy the way I came
John laid awake in Lincoln
He won't lose his heart that way
Shirt staining from the day
Like a warm summer dress
And a call back from the Westin
I combed my hair to rest
And I'm going home again

Like a reason to believe
I woke up early on a Sunday
And I'm rolling down my sleeves
On an Indiana street
I saw a queen on Saturday
And the boys coming home late
All the noise we could take

Give you something you can keep
Like a penny laid on a railway
I bought a diamond for your ring
Well our homes and photographs
With our hearts in Minneapolis
With leaving in our plans
Where Sarah's staying back


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