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Andrew Norsworthy – Vancouver lyrics
I'm hooked on a woman
She's hooked on wine
She says living with me
Feels like killing time
And her super hero friends could teach her how to fly

Well I know she's gonna leave me on the gorund in the end
So I packed and I made Interstate 5 by ten
On a perfect morning- throwin away the map
For pretending that the world was flat

December warm Vancouver sunshine
I close my eyes, I still see the skyline
It's bitter cold but it tastes like grace
I said a little prayer walking by the Hudson Bay

Ballerinas practicing three flights up in silhouette
Made those mannequins seem as useless as regret
And I know I won't forget that reverie
That made all of my addictions seem like reasons to be free

December warm Vancouver sunshine
I close my eyes, I still see the skyline
It's bitter cold but it tastes like grace
I said a little prayer walking by the Hudson Bay

Feeling bullet proof I pull the sun roof down
Singing out loud, driving through gas town
Yesterday's rain- swimming in the gutter
And I'm above a lot of things that I was under

December warm Vancouver sunshine
I close my eyes, I still see the skyline
It's bitter cold but it tastes like grace
I said a little prayer walking by the Hudson Bay X3
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