"Summer" as written by and Ryan Alan/kamerman Dunson....
Here we are and here we are
Here we are unbroken

She spends her days somewhere out there in Boston
To think about her life while she's alone
And then she moved out west, out to Austin
To see why cowboys always live alone

Here we are unbroken
And here we are much the same
Here we are

Oh, you're never gonna get it, so get it right
And all we are is all we are, we're the same
When all we are is all we are, we're the same
I wouldn't lie, I wouldn't lie

She spent some time out there in California
(And I'd sing)
This could be something incredible
Or not worth my time

Then she listened to me in disguise
I never knew she paid attention
With Florida on her mind
Here we are

Oh, you're never gonna get it, so get it right
And all we are is all we are, we're the same
When all we are is all we are, we're the same
I wouldn't lie, I wouldn't lie

I need you back, so I can take your breath away
Back before the day that all this went away
Those times meant everything
I'd give up everything for this now

And all we are is all we are
The same
And all we are is all we are
The same

You got a brand new song
And a summer tan with so much to do
I've got fifteen dollars
And I'm riding on this train to you




Lyrics submitted by MCSmate

"Summer" as written by Ryan Alan Dunson Michael Lee Kamerman

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    General Commentamazing song. this will be an aoty for me :)

    definitely anticipated!
    MCSmateon June 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commentshe spent some time out there in california
    (and i'd sing)
    this could be something incredible
    or not worth my time

    ^ Lyrics from "Something Incredible" from their first CD. Favorite part of that song. Just thought I'd add that!
    xbrandnewisgodxon June 23, 2008   Link

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