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After oranges and coffee
I went looking for a sign
It was early when you called me and you told me you were lonely
It was easy to come over, it was easier to stay

Pack your bags, we're going nowhere
While everybody's heading west
We were Hollywood and bergamot and maybe that's forever
We were immigrants and lions and that's not gonna change

Don't break my heart, don't break my heart
Too many streets here will remind me of who you are
And if you break, and if you break my heart
I'll be okay without you, I just don't want to be

After oranges and coffee
I went looking for a sign
I don't wanna be in love, I just want a girl in headphones
I don't wanna be in love, I just want to stay up late
I don't wanna be in love, I just want a girl in bean boots
I don't wanna be in love, I just want to stay up late

Don't break my heart, don't break my heart
Too many streets here will remind me of who you are
And if you break, and if you break my heart
I'll be okay without you, I just don't want to be

Now all I got left is a piece of a kite
And Illinois Jack
I'll be alright
I'm Illinois Jack
I'll be alright

Don't break my heart, don't break my heart
Too many streets here will remind me of who you are
And if you break, and if you break my heart
I'll be okay without you, I just don't want to be



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