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Carolina Rain – Isn't She lyrics

1st Verse

Isn't she supposed to be in California
Yea, yea, yeah, yeah
Man in the mirror said, 'Boy, I tried to warn 'ya'
Yea, yea, yeah, yeah

Pre Chorus

I know there's no one here but me
So why do I still feel her

Chorus

Isn't she long gone by now
I heard she was livin' in a West Coast town
Sellin' marguaritas from a tiki hut on the beach (yeah)
Didn't I see with my own eyes
That bus pulled away as she waved goodbye
I know I did
But somethin' keeps tellin' me
She's back again
Isn't she

2nd Verse

On the other side of the Rockies
Yea, yea, yeah, yeah
So how's it possible I can hear her talkin'
Yea, yea, yeah, yeah

Pre Chorus

Must be my heart playin' tricks on me
I keep askin' myself why

(Repeat Chorus)

Bridge

I know that's her perfume (isn't she)
Right here in this room
Isn't she, yeah

Pre Chorus

I know there's no one here but me
So why do I still feel her

(Repeat Chorus)

Tag

Isn't she
Isn't she, hmm, yeah
Isn't she supposed to be in California



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