Yeah I loved our band
I don't have one regret
I even liked our first two records on cassette
They were the soundtrack for the night
You and me had that fight
Out in the woods
Over some girl we'd met

We turned the music up
Rolled the windows down
We beat the clock
To the ashtray rock
To make the world stop spinning round
We pushed then we shoved
Singing who do you love?
Sisters, brothers
Friends and lovers
All of the above
And through the summer
We swore, we'd stick together
Under the radar
We fly
So high
Forever
And if they caught us
We knew they'd never prove it
All that mattered
Was you and me
Driving round here, listening to music

Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone
Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone
Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone
Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone

The summer came and went
And all the colours changed
Leaves came down
People they got strange
I never thought that you
Would turn from pink to blue
Before my very eyes and back again
Don't resist it
You said we getting older
You saw her lipstick in red
Upon my shoulder
And for the first time I swore
You looked right through me
All that mattered anymore was that 1940s beauty

Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone
Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone
Anybody, anybody else would be gone, long, gone
Anybody, anybody else would be...

Yeah I stole your girl
If I have one regret
It's that I lost you the first time
I set my eyes on her



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