We're not, not like you
The summer is coming now
We're not, not like you
Your heart is untrue
The answers are ringing out
The pain you create can make a scar
You'll fall apart, you went too far
Now that the summers gone
We're not, not like you
Your heart is untrue
The endings are raining down
Why do you run away from fears
You'll fall apart, you’ll fall for years

Good bye sky, hello destiny
(Now that the summers gone)
The clock is ticking but you cease to recognize
(Well where are you now?)
What this house meant to me
(The endings are raining down)
What does all this mean
(What's next now?)

The trust is gone, lessons learned
It will always be and I’m all done

Crash and crawl away
Crash and crawl away
Now I’m not afraid
Now I'm not afraid

Swallow and forget
Swallow this regret
Crash

A swell of anger in the sea that is
The sea that is my moods
Its hard to move you, its hard to prove to you
(Slow down, slow down)
All that I can do
A heart of stone to match the concrete wings
(Slow down, slow down)
You gave to me that day
And now we’ve gone our separate ways
(Slow down, slow down)

Good bye sky, hello destiny
(Now that the summers gone)
The clock is ticking but you cease to recognize
(Well where are you now?)
What this house meant to me
(The endings are raining down)
What does all this mean
(What's next now?)




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Summer So Bleak song meanings
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    General CommentThis song is about Kelvin's old band and how they were dicks....i think this song rocks I love how they start out with the screaming and the drumming is awesome
    YourBestBet18on May 25, 2004   Link
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    General Commentomg second person to comment on this song...this band is one of the best underground...so keep it that way..i love atfeh. i think this song is about how they are different to other people. like hello...emo..come on guys!!
    Paradox..Charismaon October 29, 2005   Link

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