We always met in Richmond
when you were tired of your husband.
Got a hotel in the city
to cast out all our demons.

Where we'd watch a movie
about what a lover should be,
and you'd cry out contradictions,
and I'd let you fall asleep.

Refracted through the window,
the phases of the moon glow,
and now it's been a winter
you've been sleeping on my pillow.

A season is how you spend it.
Like a marriage finally mended,
or the lovers in those movies-
We were just pretending.


Lyrics submitted by punkrockchick217

The Sad Lives of the Hollywood Lovers song meanings
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