There's a tree outside we can climb until we fall asleep
and we'll hang from the limbs by our knees and collapse
There's grass down below it won't hurt
but if it does then i'll bring you back inside
Nurse you back to life, you won't feel a thing, oh honey
you're gonna be just fine

Well life's not a movie script
but i promise i will try and give you the closest thing to it.

Well i passed out in the kitchen again, and i'm drunk as hell
But is it my fault if i'm lonely and the hardwood floor is comfortable?
Turn the lights off lay next to me, you know this night's just begun
With minute affection and whispers and a half bottle of rum

Well life's not a movie script
but i promise i will try and give you the closest thing to it.

We're carving this into the trees today
So the tree bark will forever hold our names
And well climb up to the top to accompany the leaves
and the seasons change but you and i stay the same

We're carving this into the trees today
So the tree bark will forever hold our names
And well climb up to the top to accompany the leaves
and the seasons change but you and i stay the same
Turn the next page and i'm written down in pen
You touch my skin and i'm coming down again
I'll keep you like a locket hanging around my neck
Protect your picture i know i wont forget
The window's barely open and your balled up next to me
The lights and colours will fade

Well life's not a movie script
but i promise i will try and give you the closest thing to it.



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