Waitress Song

Album: Stay Gold (2014)
  • I could move to a small town
    And become a waitress
    Say my name was Stacy
    And I was figuring things out

    See, my baby, he left me
    And I don't feel like staying here tonight

    I remember sleepless nights
    I remember Chicago
    I remember the music
    From the down stair's bar

    Girls, they just want to have fun
    And the rest of us hardly know who we are

    It's a dark, twisted road we are on
    And we all have to walk it alone

    I could join the circus
    When they come to town
    Me and the freaks, the tamers
    And that old sad clown

    I'd walk across that tight rope
    Head held high
    So close to death
    I'd never fell nor lie

    'Cause you know, it's a dark, twisted road we are on
    And we all have to walk it alone

    I could drive out to the ocean
    And just stare in awe
    I could walk across the beaches
    And sleep under the stars

    Our love would seem trivial and obscure
    Now and never feel lost anymore Writer/s: JOHANNA KAJSA S�DERBERG, JOHANNA KAJSA SOEDERBERG, KLARA MARIA S�DERBERG, KLARA MARIA SOEDERBERG
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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