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Georgia Lyrics – Brian Fallon

I remember when Maggie said your head caved in
The first time we heard “Mad Dogs and Englishmen”
We laid on the hood feeling absolutely bulletproof
Ah but I was a ghost that you were reliving

Way back then we were gone right out of our heads
But August was red hot and Georgia was steamin’

We were all revved up about everything
Wild like a hurricane inside her arms
I don’t know when it all went cold
Broken down, shaking by the side of the road
They always told me there were storms inside my room
Once upon a time on a summer night high on the blues

Then she came from a million miles away
She hid from the heavy rain deep in Manhattan
But now it’s quiet, let the sleeping dogs lie tonight
Maybe you and I we can live forever

Way back then we never ever went to bed
We just stayed up all night to see what would happen

We were all revved up about everything
Wild like a hurricane inside her arms
I don’t know when it all went cold
Broken down, shaking on the side of the road
They always told me there were storms inside my room
Once upon a time on a summer night high on the blues

So have you seen her down by the water
Driving us crazy in the half black moon
So have you seen her float on the water
In the heat of June

We were all revved up about everything
Wild like a hurricane inside her arms
I can’t be sure if it was more or just some spell we were under
I must have dreamed you up inside my room
Oh and honey I remember everything
With a memory wide as a country mile
You don’t know, you don’t know how it feels to be me
I was born with rain inside my shoes
Once upon a time on a summer night high on the blues
Once upon a time on a summer night high on the blues

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