"Sunburns" as written by Colin Matthew Anderson, Nicholas Gus Delffs, Nicholas J Dzaich-pounders and Jeffrey David Lehman....
One, two, three

You left sunburns on my face
Your love was bright, bright that day
How could this be the place we're in?
The water's good, we swim and swim
We swim and swim

And if I don't see the way I should
Turn me around and I promise I'll be good

Hello to you, these friends of mine
Here by this rock, we spend our time
You've learned so much to jet again
Well, all you need, babe, is a friend
You are a friend

And if I don't say the things I should
Turn them around and I promise they'll be good

Take from this place, all you could need
Like a sparrow flies with its wings
To other states or country of mine
How could this feel, feel so fine?
It feels so fine

And if I don't see the way I should
Turn me around and I promise I'll be good
And if I don't say the things I should
Turn them around and I promise they'll be good

Have I said this too much?
Have you heard enough?
Well, I'd like to stay here
In my mind, out in nowhere
Sleeping by the river




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"Sunburns" as written by Jeffrey David Lehman Colin Matthew Anderson

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