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She's a phoenix I watched her spread her wings
Why does she always fly away
Oh when I'm feeling as she burns me up inside
Behind those charcoal eyes
I took a breath and let her go
She's as bright as the snow oh ohh oh

So fly away start over somewhere south
She says that the weather's nice
She'd love me to come out

Across the Midwest in the day
Drove a car all the way to Denver
Called me to say she loved the way the mountains still had snow in the
Summer
I took a breath and held it in
No she's never coming back again

Fly away start over somewhere south
She says that the weather's nice
She'd love me to come out

Go on and fly away
It's not like I need her now
As I'm burning up inside
I'll forgive her somehow

Fly away start over somewhere south
She says that the weather's nice
But I'd love you to come out

Found a way to break in to your chest
And devour what I find into pieces
Take my time

Fly away start over somewhere south
She says that the weather's nice
But I'd love you to come out

Go on and fly away
It's not like I need her now
As I'm burning up inside
I'll forgive her somehow

She's a phoenix I watched her spread her wings
Why does she always fly away



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