The Americans Lyrics

Sixteen days I've lain awake
Thinking on the things been done to me
I rented that room out, baby
The bills ain't been paid lately
My well-laid plans slip away

Close my eyes and I can see the stars
Open them wide, I see shiny cars
With that gray sky growing
I guess you should be knowing
My heart's as wide as the break of day

My little stowaway
You're mine

All revved up like a teenage kid
I went out on a limb for you, I told a fib
I said we'd be back tomorrow
But steal and borrow ain't so far apart
Cross my heart, steal away

Don't be afraid
My little stowaway

Hold on tight
To your man of might

When it's said and done, tell me what's become
Of little red ride beneath the morning sun
It's like she disappeared
We looked everywhere
Lean in close, my dear, I'll tell you something

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Written by: The Americans

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Comments from YouTube:

Lori Speakman

Great the solid rocking...has a great feel to it.

Jonathan Dallas

These guys are great... I'd love to see them roll into North Texas for some live shows!!

dalton vickers

Great sound!


The most amazing musical force palying today.

Uncle Ben Murdock

750000 suscribers and only 2500 viewers! What the fucK! Great band, great show! Thanks for what you do KEXP!

Henry Layard

good players, great band... what motivates them... I think they're purists... that's a good thing...


I need to know name of the sunburst guitar.

Joe Keyport

+Daniel Seattle It's an old harmony electric guitar.


Why the doghouse? May as well not have a bass.

mister humpf

3 people have dead ears :-)

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