"Don't Waste Your Love On Me" as written by Ryland Blackinton and Alexandro Fransisco Suarez....
Please, please, please,
Don't waste your love on me
You know I would, only if I could
But don't waste your love on me

Please, don't wear your velvet dress tonight
Because if you do I think I might break down on the dance floor

Life would be so free, if you could spend the day with me
In a summer breeze
I know that it sounds nice, but I could never pay that price
Oh, say goodnight

Goodnight, sadness
No more heartache
Goodbye, summertime girl

You, you, you, you've got that look upon your face
The one that breaks me into millions of pieces
You, you know I'll follow you around
I'll even go downtown, though I wasn't invited

You know I hate this place, last time they hit me in the face
And I went back home
Come and take my hand, some people just don't understand
And they never will, no they never will, no they never will
No, they're never gonna get it

You always used to be a shy one
'Till we moved out west
Now you're pulling all the same old tricks
That you pulled on all the rest

Now we're saying

Goodnight, sadness
No more heartache
Goodbye, summertime girl


Lyrics submitted by groundflower

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