Dandelions bloom in a field in my hometown. They have been there twenty one years and they got plans on sticking around. Like a ballerina they cut through the cool night breeze, dancing with their clothes off, there hearts upon their sleeve.

There's something about this place that I can't hide. I can't outrun this feeling no matter how hard I try. I can't get you off my mind no matter what I do because everything in this damn town reminds me of you.

Well the cows still graze that field on sandy cross and I drive up and down this road searching for something I lost. But I don't think I'll find what i'm looking for because the girl I never told I loved doesn't live here anymore.

There's something about this place that I can't hide. I can't outrun this feeling no matter how hard I try. I can't get you off my mind no matter what I do because everything in this damn town reminds me of you.

The neon lights downtown, oh how they shine and this city steals my paycheck, one drink at a time. Like a makeshift raft at sea i'm bound to sink because the beautiful women with dangerous smiles keep forcing me to drink.

There's something about this place that I can't hide. I can't outrun this feeling no matter how hard I try. I can't get you off my mind no matter what I do because everything in this damn town reminds me of you.

You and me we were oh so free running around like two young kids should be. Who would have thought that we would fall, we tripped, we fell, we lost it all in this town, this town.
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