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The Way I Was (Letra)

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The Way I Was (Letra) - Colbie Caillat

I woke up on the wrong side of the railroad tracks
Stumbled on last night
The last train that ran from Georgia
To the shores of California
Has long been outta line

Hmm, and even though it’s a chill
And the darkness still stands so still
We run
Dawn breaks and then it burns
‘Cause in the morning I have learned
Just what we’ve done
Just what we’ve done

When the whistle blows
And the church bell tolls
Please, remember me the way I was
When the crows fly south
And the preacher shouts
I hope you remember me
The way I was
The way I was, was
I hope you remember me
The way I was

I lost myself to find my way
Down this trail of tears
It gets muddier each day
I crossed that bridge when it came to it
Now I barely recognize the stranger in my face

Ooh, the cold wind carries by
And the memories we hold tight
Start to burn
Now I’m only afraid
The last picture will fully fade
Of how we were
Of how we were

When the whistle blows
And the church bell tolls
Please, remember me the way I was
When the crows fly south
And the preacher shouts
I hope you remember me
The way I was
The way I was, was
I hope you remember me
The way I was

The cold wind carries by
And the memories we hold tight
Start to burn
Now I’m only afraid
The last picture will fully fade
Of how we were
Of how we were
Of how we were, oh, oh, oh, oh

When the whistle blows
And the church bell tolls
Please, remember me the way I was
When the crows fly south
And the preacher shouts
I hope you remember me, yeah
The way I was
The way I was, was
I hope you remember me
The way I was

Please, remember me
Please, remember me
Please, remember me the way I was

The Way I Was (Letra) - Colbie Caillat