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She was cold as ice on a Minnesota night
So I gave her my cigarettes to burn
She said, "I was born to go-straight-to-hell"
I said, "Tell me something I haven't heard"
So we packed up the car and we headed to the west
Where Tinseltown told me to come
She made me dress in my Sunday best
And I held her as she came undone
Hallelujah, no, hallelujah, no
And nine weeks later we had nine reasons why
California couldn't hold us forever
So we went to the church and bid our souls goodbye
With a priest saying, "For worse or for better"
Hallelujah, no, hallelujah, no
We drove all night long like someone
Was still on our side, we sang our bravery songs
And the world was ours tonight
Yeah, I think we're gonna make it
We pulled up close to that first foot of snow
Where Mom and Dad were waiting in the yard
They looked at us, their arms all crossed
And said, "We knew you wouldn't get very far"
Call it rebellion or the act of youth
But I got back inside of my car
She lit up a smoke, she pulled her aviators down
She said, "Just drive, baby, drive, drive, drive"
We drove all night long like someone
Was still on our side, we sang our bravery songs
And the world was ours tonight
And we drove all night long, like someone
Was still on our side, we sang our bravery songs
And the world was ours tonight
And I think we're gonna make it, love
Hallelujah, no, hallelujah, no
Hallelujah, no, hallelujah, no



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