Carolina's got a moonlit beach at night
and everything seemed perfectly alright
and everyone was just having a good time
dancing and laughing on the shore by the nightline

She walked up to me and looked with her blue-green eyes
and I could tell that it was true love in disguise
we got to talking, and the chemistry was working fine
she said, "Baby, come on see me anytime, room 39."

Oh, I'm walking
I'd love to stay here, but I just can't pay
no, not hardly
my baby's gone away
I said my baby's gone away

That night I was feeling lonely so I went on up to room 39
the key she gave me worked just fine
and she was in the shower when I entered
said, "Baby, come on in; when I get out we'll have dinner."

I sat on the bed and turned on the tv
and Jerry Springer's on cause it was two in the morning
she walked out in her robe and smiled
she said, "If you're really hungry you'll be here for a while."

Oh, I'm walking
I'd love to stay here, but I just can't pay
no, not hardly
my baby's gone away
I said my baby's gone away

Nobody really seems to know what happened
and nobody knows who's telling the truth
but everyone has got their own little story
and everyone wants to share that story with you

So brace yourself if you're willing to listen
cause I don't think you wanna know what you've been missing
and if you're still with me after all of the squabble
baby, you and I are like a romance novel

Oh, I'm walking
I'd love to stay here, but I just can't pay
no, not hardly
my baby's gone away
I said my baby's gone away


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