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Clay Walker – Miami And Me lyrics

Met her in Miami
Conversation turned to wine
We talked and we talked
Yeah we hit it off, just fine
Stayed down by the water
Slept beneath the stars
We laughed and we danced
Made love in the sand
I held her in my arms

But I couldn't make her stay
California called her away
And tonight the moon turned as blue as the sea
And she left Miami and Me

Now she's in San Francisco
Maybe Monterey
I started to call
But I put it off
Hey what can I say
I'm up in New York City
But my heart's down in the Keys
It just ain't fair
I should be there
Holdin' her on that beach

But I couldn't make her stay
California called her away
And tonight the moon turned as blue as the sea
And she left Miami and Me
They say a woman's heart is an ocean of secrets
That may be why I'll never know the reason

I couldn't make her stay
California called her away
That's the night the moon turned as blue as the sea
And she left Miami and Me
Yeah that's the night the moon turned as blue as the sea
And she left Miami and me
She left Miami and me
She left Miami and me



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