Everything But The Girl:A Country Mile Lyrics

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A Country Mile

This song is by Everything But the Girl and appears on the album Baby, the Stars Shine Bright (1986).

I'm getting too used to this way of life
Fame is a baby, she rocks me at night
Far from the cold and the brash city lights
We purchase from sorrow a moment's respite

And each time you smile
I know I would follow you a country mile
For all that I'm chasing is worthless and vile

I was a backwater girl, home most nights
That was before I saw my name in lights
Stardom and squalor were not dreams of mine
But I've seen the Hollywood sign now
And how it shines

But when you smile
I swear I would follow you a country mile
Please save me before I do things that aren't worth my while

Written by:

Tracey Thorn

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