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Everybody Else Wins – Carolina's Calling Me Out lyrics

Do you remember that night in my room when I told you that I had fallen
You said I'm sorry boy I don't feel the way that you do
In a few minutes later you broke down and said you had loved me from the first day that we had met
And I said

The stars only shine when it's dark
Will you please be my star

Don't grow up so fast you sang to me
Be yourself and nothing more
The smell of you it makes me hurt
Your than I deserve.
These oceans of tears I drowned in
Give me nothing in return

The stars only shine when it's dark
Will you please be my star

The night we left for Carolina you made me realize
You would fight for more than I could provide
You live right in this moment boy, break all the rules you can
Your silhouette it speaks to me from the palm of my hand
These moon driven lullabies and these red tail butterflies,
They swim inside my stomach and they make me realize
That I rely on you, like the desert does to heat
You're the air I need to breath, you are my everything

The stars only shine when it's dark
Will you please be my star



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/e/everybody_else_wins/carolinas_calling_me_out_lyrics.html

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