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When you answered the phone last month
I knew you thought it was a big mistake
You said the week in New York had been fun
But I could hear your voice shake
You see I didn't mean to upset you
When I said the dogwoods were in bloom
Or that I was still missing you

When you wake up in Dallas
You can call me back if you want to
I miss your skin, I miss your touch
You're the only one I've ever loved
Baby I'll let you go
But that's what you need to know
When you wake up

I know I'm leaving sort of a long message
But I still got some things to say
I know you're out there searching for yourself
But you never really walked away
I don't know where you are
Or if you'll ever find what you need to
But come home when you do

When you wake up in Boulder
You can call me back if you want to
I miss your voice, I miss your laugh
You're the best thing that I've ever had
Darling I'll let you go
But that's what you need to know

When you wake up no matter where it is
Doesn't sand or mountain high
Just say the word, and I'll be there by the night

When you wake up in Phoenix
You can call me back if you want to
I miss your love, I miss your heart
I miss everything that you are
Baby I won't let go
That's what you need to know
When you wake up, when you wake up



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