We drove to Maine.
To see the place where she was born.
In Lewiston. I’ve never felt that North before.

When I hold you, I don’t feel pain.

I felt the rain, as we rolled through the mountain air.
This paper town,
feels so much better with you near

When I hold you, I don’t feel pain.

Take me anywhere but here.
I can’t stay here any longer.
The city’s hot and full of hate this time of year.
Take me anywhere but here.


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