You and Me

Album: Big Whiskey And The Groogrux King (2009)
Charted: 57
  • Want to pack your bags something small
    take what you need & we disappear
    without a trace, we'll be gone, gone
    moon & the stars follow the car
    & when we get to the ocean,
    we're going to take a boat to the end of the world...
    all the way to the end of the world
    oh and when the kids are old enough
    we gonna teach them to flyyyyyyy

    you & me together do anything, baby
    you & me together yes, yes
    you & me together we can do anything, baby
    You & me together yes, yes

    You & I not tied to the ground,
    not falling but rising like, rolling around
    eyes closed above the roof tops
    eyes closed we're gonna spin through the stars
    our arms wide to the end of the world,
    to the end of the world

    oh and when the kids are old enough
    we gone teach them to flyyyyyyy

    {chorus}
    you & me together could do anything, baby
    you & me together yes, yes
    you & me together we can do anything baby
    You & me together yes, yes

    we can always look back at what we did
    always remembering you & me baby
    for right now it's you and me forever girl
    you know we could do better than anything that we did
    you know that you and me we could do anything

    jam

    you & me together c' do anything, baby
    you & me together yeah, yeah

    two of us together we c'do anything, baby
    you and me together, yeah yeah
    the two of us together yeah, yeah
    the two of us together, we can do anything baby

    something smalll, told her at least, the end of the world,

Comments: 1

  • Squigle from Columbus, OhSuch a great song. One of the few slow songs I like.
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