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Hope Tala – Drugstore Lyrics

Drugstore Lyrics – Hope Tala

Parked your car by the drugstore and I keep asking all these questions
But you don’t wanna hear it anymore
‘Cause you should have been learned your lesson by now
And so should I
I still get shy around you, write lullabies in my room
For you to listen to, to listen to
I know I pry, just like knowing you don’t have anything to hide, hide

You are much too tired to drive, and people here are really reckless
In the darkness behind my two eyes, there’s dollars tangled in your necklace
So get them out, before it hurts too much to breathe
To breathe, breathe

Maybe later we can drive through California, or Paris or Rome
It doesn’t matter long as we’re together
Cheekbone on my wrist, nothing left to wish for
Maybe later we can drive through California, or Paris or Rome
It doesn’t matter long as we’re together
Cheekbone on my wrist, nothing left to wish for