Fall

Album: Cherry Marmalade (2002)
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  • I got up early on Monday
    And it suited me fine
    That the leaves had started
    Turning and it was cold outside
    Because the sun surely shined
    The autumn ought to come
    You used to say you liked it
    Well I still like it
    I never got your message
    I didn't think
    That you cared anymore
    Now that you're out in Los Angeles
    You kind of closed that door
    But soon I'll need some warm air
    I'm coming out in November
    Will you be there?
    Will you be there?
    In the fall
    Tell me could the reddest tree
    Definitely give you something
    To figure out?
    Or is that impossible now?
    I wore that red fuzzy sweater
    Through the frosty grass today
    And it made me feel so safe and warm
    Like cherry marmalade
    So it looks like I might
    Plant myself where I am
    And just travel light
    It looks like I might
    Fall Writer/s: ANTHONY GEORGE ANDERSON, MARSHALL ALTMAN, MARSHALL N ALTMAN, STEVEN ANDREW SMITH
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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