I washed chain grease and blood off of my hands in the ocean
I let salt water rinse the dirt away
I stood calm in a room I hadn't been in in a decade
I felt dizzy, used to stand here every day

Wait out the storm in a harbor town
Pretend I'll see you in Fall
Wait out the storm in a harbor town

Hey Hannah, don't go,
We could've given you such a beautiful home
I won't call, no, you're waiting right outside
Thanks for the ride

I watched lines of container ships drift in just off of Long Beach
I thought long about where you would be today
We lose touch after college came my way
I hear you got married to some boy from California
Have a family on the way

Wait out the storm in a harbor town
Pretend I'll see you in Fall
Wait out the storm in a harbor town

Hey Hannah, don't go,
We could've given you such a beautiful home
I won't call, no, you're waiting right outside
Thanks for the ride

Hey Hannah, don't go,
We could've given you such a beautiful home
I won't call, no, you're waiting right outside

I'm letting balloons drift off
Sending kids to a lonely God
Darling please wake up
I'm letting balloons drift off
Sending kids to a lonely God
If you see her tell her I'm not giving up

Hey Hannah, don't go,
We could've given you such a beautiful home
I won't call, no, you're waiting right outside

Hey Hannah, don't go,
We could've given you such a beautiful home
I won't call, no, you're waiting right outside
Thanks for the ride

Hey Hannah, don't go,
We could've given you such a beautiful home
I won't call, no, you're waiting right outside
Thanks for the ride



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