Reservoir

Album: Love Letters (2014)
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  • I heard you made the hull of a boat downtown
    I heard you got a job at the builders yard
    But we should never say that we drifted far
    Yeah, we should never say that we drifted far

    And I could never take good care of you
    Because we had so much to lose
    But we should never say that we drifted far
    Yeah, we should take a trip to the reservoir

    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir

    I heard that you cast off and she sailed real fine
    I heard you met her bow with a bottle of wine
    Well you should let me know when you're home and dry
    Well you should let me know when you're home and dry

    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry
    When you're home and dry

    Yeah, we should take a trip to the reservoir

    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir

    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir

    I heard you took an old school friend with you
    The one you always said you would
    Well we can never say that we drifted far
    Yeah, we should take a trip to the reservoir

    Yeah, we should take a trip to the reservoir

    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir

    Well we should never say that we drifted far
    (Well we should never say that we drifted far)
    Well we should never say that we drifted far
    (Well we should never say that we drifted far)
    Well we should never say that we drifted far
    (Well we should never say that we drifted far)

    Yeah, we should take a trip to the reservoir

    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir
    To the reservoir Writer/s: Joseph Patrick Mount
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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