I see your face every single time
that I close my eyes
and I say your name
And time flies by;
goes one minute, minute
to a minute
Then it's three weeks later
and I'm still not home
Back of the club trynna call your phone
'Cause it's the middle of the night
before I get back home
to a hotel room where you're a million miles away
Well you're a million miles away

And I don't wanna leave you here
I just wanna be your shadow
And you can find me in the sun so bright
and tie me to your wrist each night
and I'll follow you
I'll follow you home

Well then the day cuts through
the circuit storm window in my hotel room
and I'm in a haze in a lonely dread
Would you get a cup of coffee
Get the fuck out of my head and drown
Here's drinking
Start singing to myself
Cross state lines
Going where the wind blows
But I'm living in a dream world
Acting like you're here but you're a million miles away
But you're a million miles away

And I don't wanna leave you here
I just wanna be your shadow
And you can find me in the sun so bright
and tie me to your wrist each night
and I'll follow you
I'll follow you home

And I don't wanna leave you here
I just wanna be your shadow
And you can find me in the sun so bright
and tie me to your wrist each night
and I'll follow you
Well you're a million miles away

And I don't wanna leave you here
I just wanna be your shadow
And you can find me in the sun so bright
and tie me to your wrist each night
and I'll follow you
I'll follow you home


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Snow in Newark (With Dawn Golden) song meanings
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