"The Day That Saved Us" as written by Leah Jacqueline Cooney, Daniel James and Juliet Nicole Simms....
Walking down the street that we grew up in
But today is not the same
Its like a different. town, a different. place, a different name I
Kick my heels against the curb throw a stone to where you live hoping
I'll see you again
Hope is low
Will you show?

And I remember, that day that saved us
The way you kissed me, and the salt it filled my eyes and we remember,
Our California the night we slept along the shore and washed away

Lying on the sand
The waves are crashing
And the humming of the train

But its a different town, a different place, a different name my
Blood flows faster with every thought of everything that happened
Here it takes the pain away
Hope is low
Will you show

Is it so far fetched that we could be who we really are
And I remember, that day that saved us
The way you kissed me, and the salt it filled my eyes and we remember,
Our California the night we slept along the shore and washed away

Farewell for now
So long
My endless summers gone
And it burns
The sky
Over our fears tonight

(And in between those lyrics are)

But this is never goodbye
Under this San Diego sky
What went down will never die
But this is never goodbye
The memory brings us to life
Over our fears tonight


Lyrics submitted by one_more_girl5

"The Day That Saved Us" as written by Leah Haywood Daniel James Pringle

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThe correct lyrics of the version I have are these:

    Walking down the street that we grew up in
    But today is not the same
    It's like a different town, a different place, a different name
    I kick my heels against the curb
    Throw a stone to where you live
    To hoping I'll see you again
    Hope is low
    Will you show?

    And I remember that day that saved us
    The way you kissed me and the salt, it filled my eyes
    We remember our California
    The night we slept along the shore and washed away

    Lying on the sand, the waves are talking
    And the humming of the trains
    But it's a different sound, a different cloud, a different rain
    My blood flows faster with every thought of everything that happened here
    And it takes the pain away
    Hope is low
    Will you show again?

    And I remember that day that saved us
    The way you kissed me and the salt, it filled my eyes
    We remember our California
    The night we slept along the shore and washed away

    I remember the day that saved us
    The way you kissed me and the salt, it filled my eyes

    And I remember that day that saved us
    The way you kissed me and the salt, it filled my eyes
    We remember our California
    The night we slept along the shore and washed away

    Do you remember me?
    I still remember this
    Do you remember me?
    Do you remember me?
    I still remember this
    Do you remember me?
    rockcitydrugon February 11, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love Automatic Loveletter.

    But this is never goodbye
    Under this san diego sky
    What went down will never die
    But this is never goodbye
    The memory brings us to life
    Over our fears tonight

    Especially this song and these lyrics.
    sMufFLeson April 13, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song.

    i think it's about a past love. remembering the time they spent together and how now things are different.

    jjm1936on May 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song--it has so much meaning to me.
    But the lyrics at the end to the version I have are

    But this is never goodbye
    Under this California sky
    What went down will never die
    But this is never goodbye
    Under this California sky
    What went down will never die
    deserteagle0002on August 24, 2011   Link

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