I miss my mother, the smell of rain
There's a girl I love back home, she shares my pain
I just get so lonely, still I'm to blame
'cause the life that chose me doesn't know my name

The signs I pass by, 'did Jesus set you free?'
Just helped me realise what kind of country this must be
I made some friends in Arizona but I doubt they'd recognise my face
When the whisky leaves their veins and I'm just a memory they'd replace

Seattle seems so long ago and you're so far away
I've forgotten where my home is and I'm still counting down the days
It's raining back in London town, somewhere in my brain is a little piece of my tired mind, it'll never be the same

Somedays I don't feel like opening my eyes
Give me a makeshift backseat bed and this desert life
Nashville feels more like home to me and that's alright
Broadway's not the same in broad day light

Seattle seems so long ago and you're so far away
I've forgotten where my home is and I'm still counting down the days
It's raining back in London town, somewhere in my brain is a little piece of my tired mind, it'll never be the same

Give me just a few more hours to gather up my thoughts into the corners of my mouth, lift off again
'Cause I've been drinking way too much, that don't make a change, it's just a way for me to numb these lonely days
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Seattle Lyrics

Deaf Havana – Seattle Lyrics

Songwriters: Maxwell Britton, James Veck-Gilodi
Seattle lyrics © BMG Rights Management

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