Mary​-​Anne

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There's this girl I know
She's as lazy as a week of snow
There's this girl I know
She's a city in a tornado
There's this girl I know
She's as quiet as an undertow

And when the waves were ten feet high
She told me, "go have fun, and die."
And then I ride

Mary-Anne, Mary-Anne
I don't think I'll ever understand
Mary-Anne, Mary-Anne
Why can't I be your man?

I could tell just from the moment we looked at one another
I could tell she would be the best kind of disaster

Paddle, paddle out in a hurricane
I'm drowning
Scouting swells and coming over the crest
But she's not there,
No, she's not there.
No, she's not there.

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from Carousel Season, released July 21, 2015

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Based in Atlantic City & Weehawken, New Jersey.

"When you come to with a hangover on a crowded beach, these are the songs you’ll have dreamt about." - John Guttschall

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