Dearest, When You Called cover
Dearest, When You Called cover

Dearest, When You Called Lyrics Meanings
by Craig Cardiff


Dearest, When You Called Lyrics

Dearest when you called my what a relief
The photo from the phone and the counting of the teeth
The most terrible part was how calm inside everyone was

The politics of fear, the business of cheap
You wonder if the people up top are asleep
Numb to the fact of how fat we've grown
Leave your name and number nobody's home

The islands of ports and the tunnel safe clear
The TV reports of baby in tears
We know who to watch by the length of your nose
Leave your name and number no one's home

Dearest when you called my what a relief
The photo from the phone and the counting of the teeth
How did you know, leave your name and number no one's home

Writer(s): Craig Cardiff, Joel Stouffer, Kieran Adams, Laurie Les Goldblatt, Paul Richard Mathew
Copyright(s): Lyrics © ST MUSIC LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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