It's a lonely life when you trust no one.
When your guards are up and your radar's down
I saw you standing by the back of the club
By the pool table with your hat pulled down
I'd burn the world for the chance to see
What your eyes told you when you looked at me
I had a feeling of what you went through
But you wouldn't even let me look at you

Oh, baby, won't you take this pain away?

Where ever she's at she's drinking coke and jack
And probably go-go dancing by the railroad tracks
Waiting there for the train to take here away

I still think back to the cold sharp pain
Of seeing off with another man
I swear that hurting just hasn't dulled
Since she reached inside me and she cut my soul

Oh, baby, won't you take this pain away?

Where ever she's at she's drinking coke and jack
And probably go-go dancing by the railroad tracks
Telling her tale to someone that wants to believe
Where ever she's at she's drinking coke and jack
And probably go-go dancing by the railroad tracks
And paying no mind to all that she's taken from me

Oh baby, can we get together?
Oh baby, we don't live forever

Do you really care what they think?
Do you really fear what the future brings?

Where ever she's at she's drinking coke and jack
And probably go-go dancing by the railroad tracks
Waiting there for the train to take here away
Where ever she's at she's drinking coke and jack
And probably go-go dancing by the railroad tracks
Won't you let down your guard and take this pain from me?

It's a classic tale often told: boy meets girl and a heart goes cold
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Coke & Jack Lyrics

Mark Lind – Coke & Jack Lyrics