We woke up in a single bed
In the room where your grandmother died
Your friend came to do your hair
I hid in a room out of sight
And then I rode to the National Hotel
In the Lada with your brother
And I have never felt more alone in my whole life
You showed up about ten minutes after us
In your uncle's car with your mother
When you walked through the lobby in your white dress
All those tourists' jaws dropped to the floor
Then we took all our photos out in the courtyard
That's when I looked at you and told you that I would call you my wife

Then we all piled in to the car and drove to Havana Vieja
The table had been set
And all of our guests were on their way
And then it rained like it hasn't rained for a thousand years
Such a foreshadowing of our love on the wedding day

Then it rained like it hasn't rained for a thousand years
And I have never felt more alone in my whole life


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Havana Vieja song meanings
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