Savannah

  • Oh Savannah

    Well, your father lends us a car
    If we just won't go too far
    And we always seem to come home late
    Isn't that funny?

    Well, your family is so afraid
    Cause our love keeps growing stronger
    And they really don't want us
    To carry on any longer

    Oh Savannah, Savannah, Savannah
    Oh, you've taken my heart
    Oh Savannah, Savannah
    We can make a new start now
    This situation is tearing us apart

    Oh Savannah, Savannah, Savannah
    Oh, you know we can't wait
    Oh Savannah, Savannah
    Cause it might be too late if we wait any longer

    Oh Savannah
    Oh Savannah

    You call me on the phone
    And you tell me how you're so lonely
    But my Daddy won't let me leave home
    On account of you, on account of you

    Well, you know, well, you know
    You know that we've talked this thing over before
    Where can we go? Where can we go?
    We can run away, we can run away, we can run

    Savannah, Savannah, Savannah
    Oh, you've taken my heart
    Oh Savannah, Savannah
    We can make a new start now
    This situation is tearing us apart

    Oh Savannah, Savannah, Savannah
    Oh, you know we can't wait
    Oh Savannah, Savannah
    Cause it might be too late, oh Savannah, yeah

    Savannah, Savannah
    We can run away
    Oh Savannah, Savannah
    We can run away

    Savannah, Savannah
    We can run away
    Oh Savannah, Savannah
    We can run away

    We can run away
    We can run away
    We can run away
    We can run away Writer/s: KEITH FOLEY, STEVE HENNESSEY, DAN MOORE, REN SQUIRES
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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