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Jack Johnson – Haleiwa lyrics

Well that's alright
and that's alright
2000 miles we stood
And that's alright
And that's alright
If that's alright
i'll see you in the morning
if that's alright
What would you do if I wrote you a song
Would you give me some lovin when I get home
Would you be mad at me if I had a hard time
gettin a hold of you you know I try all the time
And I think that
You don't know anybody that could be
So bad but if you did
you'd be wonderin where I'm at
Well i'll be home when tomorrow mornin comes
What would you do if I sang you this song
the connection is bad but that's only the phone
When my words kiss your ear
i'll be right there
the message is long
but this is your song
And I think that
you don't know anybody that could be
So bad
but if you did
you'd be wonderin where
I'm at
well i'll be home when tomorrow mornin...
And that's alright
'cause i'll be home when tomorrow mornin...
And that's allllright
'cause i'll be home when tomorrow mornin comes.



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