Rosie

Album: The Search for Everything (2017)
  • Rosie
    Come down and get the door for me
    I'm drunk again, remember when we used to be?
    Rosie
    I know you said no more for me
    But that was all before this dream that just came to me

    Don't leave me here
    Under the January rain
    Come let me in
    Take my heart by the hand
    And lead me back to your room (back to your room)
    And sing me your tune (sing me your tune)

    Rosie
    You don't have to hide his things
    I'm fine with all the sorrow that tomorrow brings
    Whoa-oh-oh, Rosie
    Don't you know my love is true
    'Perdon' and 'lo siento', see, I learned those words for you

    Don't leave me here
    Under the January rain
    Come let me in
    Take my heart by the hand
    And lead me back to your room (back to your room)
    And sing me your tune (sing me your tune)

    Don't leave me here
    Under the January rain
    Come let me in
    Take my heart by the hand
    And lead me back to your room (back to your room)
    And sing me your tune (sing me your tune) Writer/s: John Mayer
    Publisher: REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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