I remember,
How your hair would,
Fall...
Over your face,
Sunshine spoke,
Softly.

I don't think that it ever rained,
Definitely t-shirt weather.
Wish it could have, lasted for, ever.

Blowing kisses at your front door,
And now you're just a memory,
And nothing more.
I'll just write your name a hundred times,
Across this page today,
I'm okay.
It's all okay.

Contact came in,
Flights of paper,
Aereoplanes.
Built them up and,
Sent them on but,
Simple sentiments,
Crashed and burned.
These unfinished structures,
Praised architects and looked so good,
On paper,
But now just stand as monuments.

Forgotten summer,
Blowing kisses at your front door,
And now you're just a memory,
And nothing more.
I'll just write your name a hundred times,
Across this page today,
I'm okay.
It's all okay.


Lyrics submitted by rebuildthepier

Shoulder length summer song meanings
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    General Commenty has no 1 commented on this? its so gr8 it undescribeable i ges its a memory about an old girlfriend that he would rather forget but is having trouble. i love it so much the bit "blowing kisses at your front door" section is so emotinal.
    shiteon April 04, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti recently found an old tape of stapleton, which had this track on it. i loved every moment of it. the song is beautiful. xx
    rahtwinkleon April 14, 2003   Link
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    General Commentyes
    sambo28on April 20, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis is definately my favourite Stapleton song. The emotion is just amazing and I can identify with it perfectly... *sigh*
    xIxheartxEmoon January 09, 2005   Link

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