"She Gone (only In Dreams)" as written by and Richard Joe On Marc Andrew Roberge....
He walks these streets some nights until way past twelve.
His mind can't decide if he's in heaven...he just can't tell.
He sees her standing there, smiling by the lamp post shine.
His heart can't remember ever feeling, oh, so fine.
She gone.
She not coming back, no way.
She gone.
She not coming back to stay.
She gone.

And as she turns away his eyes lost in her back.
His feet continue down some ancient railroad track.
And right then, right there he sees that he's done wrong.
And as he opens his eyes, realizes that she gone.

Well, she gone, she not coming back, no way.
She gone, she not coming back to stay.
Well, she gone, she never coming back again.
She gone, what's he gonna do 'til then?
She gone.
She gone.
She gone.
She gone so far away.
She gone.


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"She Gone (Only in Dreams)" as written by Richard Joe On Marc Andrew Roberge

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    General CommentThe last part reminds me of someone close to me that I don't want to ever leave me, but she must.

    "Well she gone, she not coming back no way
    She gone, she not coming back to stay.
    Well she gone, she never coming back again
    She gone. What's he gonna do till then?
    She gone so far away. She gone."
    SLATEon August 23, 2002   Link
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    General CommentMy girlfriend just broke up with me. Consolation comes from this song. Especially the version on Anytime Now.
    andrewhambletonon December 19, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI saw OAR in Clemson, SC a few years back, and he told us before they played a frat party at Clemson many years ago, upon asking one of his buddies where his girl was, he friend replied "fuck it, she gone" thus the song was born.
    Burton7941on April 16, 2007   Link

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