Album: Farewell, Starlite! (2016)
  • Could be lookin' at you
    From a freeway trailer
    If you'd handled what I'd taken
    Separate loans, separate codes
    No fine line, don't have to be dead right
    'Cause dead right can go wrong

    We could be friends
    We could be friends
    Put your head on my shoulders

    I'm Francis
    Still dreamin' of a glory
    Of somethin' new
    I can't remember what it's like
    To never wanna let go
    It's all good though

    We could be friends
    We could be friends
    Just put your head on my shoulders
    I will straighten out, for you
    Don't wanna know if you made mistakes
    I'm still waiting on your sunshine

    Oh, LA
    I guess you gotta chase that ghost
    Heard you bought some land in Mexico
    And I said, "Way to go, man"
    'Cause wherever you may roam
    Remember who you know
    There's a station playin' rock and roll
    So stay tuned in mi amor
    Stay tuned in

    I will turn around for you
    I will straighten up for your girl
    Just put your hand on my shoulder
    We could be friends, for you
    We could be friends, for you
    I will make this promise to you
    After all these promises
    I'm looking at you now
    Still looking for you, still waiting for you
    I told you, I'm sorry
    I was waiting on a different story
    Still waiting on your sunshine
    What I tell you
    Still waiting on your sunshine


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