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Ryan Adams – Inn Town lyrics

Parking lot. Movie screen. I can't feel anything.
Cigarette. Beat up tv. I can't feel anything.

Now that I'm
I'm in town.
I feel fine.
Fine for now

Hang around with the people I used to be.
Hang around on a corner waiting to go, have a seat

Now that I'm
I'm in town.
I feel fine.
Fine for now

Fifty cents, or a dollar three. I don't owe you anything.
Spent a life on a heart that would rather not feel anything.
I can try. I can see. I can want it to be
I can laugh. I can feel. I can't see anything without dreaming

Now that I'm
I'm in town

Hang around with the people that we used to be
We hang around on a corner waiting to go have a seat
And I can try. I can see. I can want it to be
I can laugh. I can feel. I can't see anything that seems real
It's just like a dream.
I can feel. I can laugh. I can want it to still be real
It's a dream I've had. It's the last. Now it seems.

Now that I'm
I'm in town
I feel fine
Fine for now



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