Two Summers

TWO SUMMERS LYRICS

 

I don't wanna write a song about missing you

 

From seven to seventeen I didn't know how lucky I was til now

And I didn't really expect to break down back in this fake town but look at us now

Pedaling barefoot over the hot ground, thoughts bound down to you

We knew we had made the last sound two summers ago in the afternoon

 

Chorus (x2)

They say don't fall in love with your best friend

They say it's not worth the pain when it ends. Well that depends

I don't know about you but I don't give a fuck what they recommend

 

Lost, crossed, tossing in my drawers, something about the way you saw me / way you saw the world

See you curled up, dreaming on the floor. How you welcomed me home had me going out more

Our walks in the boondocks, one-sided talks. You were my best friend; you were the hound to my fox

So stop let's talk let's put it on pause. Making it up, improvise like a black box

 

Considering I'm on a fantodical rebound. A balletic fanatical down

My radical analysis has found my cataractic rush that's having me drown

And I'll grab that didactic and the profound and build something for you

But I said all I need to say two summers ago in the afternoon

 

And you’re gone too soon. Gone too soon

And I didn't want to write a song about missing you

But we're making it up, improvise like a black box

 

Chorus (x2)

They say don't fall in love with your best friend

They say it's not worth the pain when it ends. Well that depends

I don't know about you but I don't give a fuck what they recommend