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by The Upwelling

Soft and gentle as the rain
How I love them when they run away
Nice to see your face again
So tell me, how was Paris?
He could put you on a plane
His parents bought your own a lovely place
I had nothing I could trade
And he could pay with Paris
Should I've told you what you've always known?
I love you to the marrow of your bones
It broke me when you took the smarter road
And left me, my heiress
For your man from Paris
Soft and getnle as the rain
Feels so good and then it's gone, again
Don't worry, man, we didn't even kiss,
Though she wanted it
As she left, for Paris

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