This is what I can believe
is what I said to my friend
and I can recall

I must have been pretty gone
when I went through these towns
like a cannonball

And I've already grown up here
here I might as well grow down
It's all shaky, built in fury
but I think this wind's going to settle down

Carolina, why are we going with this around?

It's all silvery dear, it's the light of little
nowhere towns

But the treasure we had was so big
and we sunk the earth
and believe how slow

Sun wasn't out for all week
and the weekend just said
there's just none to show

And I barely can remember
little feet on solid ground
The drinking part is useless
when you're buried away from sounds

Caroline, where are you ending up this time?

Say it's silvery dear, like the light of
little nowhere towns...

But now honestly I'm broken down
by this emptiness I feel
First you moan, and then you yell it
and now we don't answer across the street

And I'm racing through my pockets now
because I'm starting to believe
That selling emptiness to strangers
is a little bit warmer than my dreams

This is what I should believe
is what I said to my friend
and I can recall

I must have been pretty cold
when I went through this house
like a cannonball

And I barely can remember
asking you through all this time
It's all shaky, built in fury
like this wind is going to settle down

Carolina, where are we going to be found?

You're all silery, dear, you're the light of little
nowhere towns


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