Ron Pope - Lies And Cigarettes Lyrics



It was a warm day, in the middle of a cold winter.
She was a good girl, gave her heart to a wandering sinner.
I couldn't say if I loved her, or if we were not there yet.
We were young and living on lies and cigarettes.

Last thing I remember snow began to fall
She went out to get some air, said she didn't want to talk
I lost my mind out on that highway never really came back home
She said she loved the boy I used to be, then the conversation stalled

It was a warm day, in the middle of the cold winter.
She was a good girl, gave her heart to a wandering sinner.
I couldn't say if I loved her or if we were not there yet.
We were young and living on lies and cigarettes.

I wish I could paint her picture, but I do not know how
I heard she moved back to Omaha and works for her father now
So I dial most of her number and then I change my mind
Our friends say she's doing better now, so I let her live her life

It was a warm day, in the middle of a cold winter.
She was a good girl, gave her heart to a wandering sinner.
I couldn't say if I loved her or if we were not there yet.
We were young and living on lies and cigarettes.

It was a warm day, in the middle of a cold winter.
She was a good girl, gave her heart to a wandering sinner.
I couldn't say if I love her or if we were not there yet.
We were young and living on lies and cigarettes.




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