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Meriwether – Aye Julian lyrics

Wrap your arms around my neck so tight
So I can tell what you did and where you were last night,
I can smell her perfume on my bed.
All she wanted was to see the world
Until she met this boy who fell in love with the girl,
But love was not there she said.

I wish that I could buy you all the flowers in the world
And say I'm sorry o' a half a million times.
I wish I could erase the fact that I am not a perfect man,
It sounds like such a capitol idea.

Wrap your arms around my neck so tight
So I can tell what you did and where you were last night,
I can smell her perfume on my bed.
All she wanted was to see the world
Until she met this boy who fell in love with the girl,
But love was not there she said.

Aye Julian, is this the end of us now?
Love will take you away.
Julian. Is this the end of us now?
Love will take you away
Julian

Wrap your arms around my neck so tight
So I can tell what you did and where you were last night,
I can smell her perfume on my bed.
All she wanted was to see the world
Until she met this boy who fell in love with the girl,
But love was not there she said



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