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Sun Kil Moon - Carry me, Ohio [HQ]

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Published on Feb 18, 2011

Artist: Sun Kil Moon
Album: Ghosts of the Great Highway
Song: Carry me, Ohio

Lyrics:

Sorry that I could never love you back
I could never care enough in these last days
Her tears fell on her pages found me out
On her words I don't know what to do or say

Wadin' through warm canals and pools clear blue
Tuscarawas flows into the prairie land
Ridin' back where the highway met dead end tracks
The ground is now cement and glass and far away

Heal her soul, carry her, my little Ohio

Lingerin' in, what about the sweetness we knew?
What about what's good, what's true from those days?
Can't count to all the lovers I've burned through
So why do I still burn for you? I can't say

Sorry that I could never love you back
I could never care enough in these last days

Heal her soul, carry her, my little Ohio

Children blush and gather 'round the home she rests
So poor and gold, with their Midwest moon and sun
Flashes bringing on my open eyes, the lightning storm
The tortured mist felt soft, felt warm on my face

Craving dreams a million miles ago, you see
And the star that I just don't see anymore
Words long gone, lost on journeys we walked on
Lost are voices heard along the way

Sorry for never going by your door
Never feeling love like that anymore

Heal her soul, carry her, my little Ohio

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