Backseat Goodbye Lyrics
16. Old Clothes Atlantic
You're standing in the doorway I'm shivering cold, worried about the car ride over Your sister brought your old clothes I'm sure the atlantic can't wait to have you Don't forget to set your clocks back And please call me when you get there I'll leave the light on everynight Just in case if you get scared The look in your eyes was timeless When I said those words "I won't say goodbye, But please know I love you" Winter had left the windows frostbit So I drew some dreams I had on the ones facing the parking lot The sunrise reminded me of your smile And how the photos could never make up for it You say it's just miles and a few months "I'll be back before you know it" Well I'll be waiting here on purpose So don't you leave me guessing too long Darling, don't you go The months have faded slowly but surely The moonlit balcony hasn't been the same I've left the doors unlocked just hoping That maybe you might get back early I haven't slept a wink for eight weeks The voices outside calm me down I've done my best to miss the sunsets Because I miss you, my morning sunshine from the west Please come home soon
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