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Still Be Mine

from Women by Graham Weber

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Still Be Mine

Lately I've been looking for a reason
To try and wake myself out of this dreaming
A lightning stike, can charge a battered heart back to life
But it's forty nights and there aint no sign of rain

Have all your silver linings flashed before you
Did crowds of clouds harass and then ignore you
I've seen 'em too, they always blocked the better part of my view
But the truth is I'd see you through anything

Baby weren’t we gonna set the world on fire, wern't ya dancing on the white floodlights
Did you make a splash and turn around and wind up wet in the corners of your desperate
Don't cry, you can still be mine

Waste your days retracing faded Aprils
All you could have saved, arranged and stapled
The numbers don't add up, no money can't buy you luck
And you're stuck back in the gutter one more spring

I won’t ask more questions, I am only asking for a remedy
Can I ask one favor, could you pretend to try to love what's left of me
Forget the rest of me and all you thought I'd be

Baby weren’t we gonna set the world on fire, hold me closer 'cause I'm starting to slide
Could you bite my bottom lip and whisper something sweet, always loved the way you looked when you lied
It's all right
if you like, you can still be mine


from Women, released November 11, 2011
Graham Weber - Acoustic Guitar, Vocal
Carrie Rodriguez – Harmony Vocal
Britton Beisenherz - Bass, Percussion
Bonnie Whitmore - Cello
Allan Goodman - Electric and Baritone Guitar
Jared Hall - Piano, Rhodes
Roberto Sanchez - Drums & Percussion


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