AMERICAN DREAM LYRICS
by THE SILENT TYPE
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All I'm asking is patience with me. I'll make up for the cities I've seen. All affairs end eventually for the lesser girl. It takes courage to stand on a stage, trading chords and some words for their praise, pouring songs into glasses they raise, hoping they'll be filled. So don't wake my American dream. She's been sleeping for years so serene and her innocence can't be retrieved if I rouse her now. So don't speak aloud 'til your far from her ears. Though her bed is warm, you'll be sure she's alone.
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