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Sweet Magnolia
His things are scattered everywhere
Your prince charming
So ***in' poised, so debonair
The telephone
It rings and rings but no one's there
I ran away
I ran away
I ran away
Once I promised you my love
But that was not enough
Tonight down by the street
He's waiting patiently
Wish I'd still love you but I don't
You turned my heart to stone
And though I hate to go
It's only tears you know
Your ocean's too wide
I'm drowning here tonight
We're floating in a darkness
Where the cold begins to bite
There will be no tomorrow
No turning of the tide
A deep blue sea keeps calling
Submerging open-eyed
She's calling me
Her flowers washed down by the rain
"I'll wait for thee"
No sleep, no rest, no longer sane
But don't you feel
The loss, the pain: it's so inane
No longer mine
No longer mine
No longer mine
I'm so confused, I can't recall
Where did we stumble, did we fall?
I'm frightened and I cry
Cause our love has died tonight
You're lost and now you crawl
With your back against the wall
Why did you leave me?
Why did you leave me?
Your ocean's too wide
I'm drowning here tonight
We're floating in a darkness
Where the cold begins to bite
There will be no tomorrow
No turning of the tide
A deep blue sea keeps calling
Submerging open-eyed



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