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Blue Delilah

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Blue Delilah --

mir·a·cle
ˈmirək(ə)l
noun

A way the world ought to be.

lyrics

Have you ever seen miracles?

You can't have my blue Delilah 'cause she's my reason to be
Taking her time on the Caspian Sea
to Fayetteville State, North Carolina
How many boats does it take to be free?
Taking my time measurably

In Oklahoma
Eighteen wheelin'
There I told her
"Lest safety pins you, I love you.
You could be something good. You could be something good."
And you can't have my blue Delilah
You can't have my blue Delilah
For me.

I just can't be weighed down two-by-two
I just can't be weighed down two-by-two

In Oklahoma
Eighteen wheelin'
I told her, I told her
"Lest safety pins you, I love you. You could be something good."

Have you ever seen miracles of but a hundred to me?
Have you ever seen miracles of but a hundred to me?

credits

from Pioneers, released January 6, 2019
Josh Gachette - vocals, drums, synth bass, stylophone, flute, percussion

Jeremy Stoddard Carroll - acoustic & electric guitar, bass guitar, pedal steel, organ, rhodes, piano, additional vocals

Sebastián Antón-Ojeda - additional vocals

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