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You walked in the door and took me by surprise oh
California in the early Fall couldn't
Compare to those blue eyes
The air is cold tonight and I can feel your heart
Beating by my side
And I been thinkin' about you lately

Ooh I wanna take you home
Cuz hearin' your voice through the phone
Is not enough, I'm not okay
Ooh I wanna take you down
Girl I wanna hear the sound
Of your breath, the words you say
Ooh I love you Efy-Jay

What's Carolina like? oh East Coast it's around midnight but
Here it's only ten till nine, one day I'm gonna make you mine
We'll get a house in Pasadeen, baby girl you'll be my queen
We'll go chasing out those dreams
And even if it don't work out, the South has got my heart

Ooh I wanna take you home
Cuz hearin' your voice through the phone
Is not enough, I'm not okay
Ooh I wanna take you down
Girl I wanna hear the sound
Of your breath, the words you say
Ooh I love you Efy-Jay

You hear a knock at the back door
You know it's me and I've been there
I left the window open, to get a breath of fresh air and
All I need is you and a brand new start

Ooh I wanna take you home
Cuz hearin' your voice through the phone
Is not enough, I'm not okay
Ooh I wanna take you down
Girl I wanna hear the sound
Of your breath, the words you say
Ooh I love you Efy-Jay



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