"The Crush" as written by and Bernadette/clark Cosgrove....
Don't you worry we will finish what we started, I promise
You are not on hold. I swear you will catch the wave I
Rode on, cause things are looking great and I've got so
Much time, I've got so much time!

And if I'm slipping like sand through your hands tonight,
Don't sail away, meet me.
I'm still making big plans, stirring up the ocean, don't sail
Away, don't sail away.

This is my favorite season, changing colors in the sun.
Letting good days pass us by. Your love is luck I'm
Losing. Don't you worry we will finish what we started,
We'll sail away and have the life we always wanted. Until
Then, in your room from your window, I wish you could
See the best times, saving the best lines for you!

Let's get together and we'll build a city, and if you're
Willing I'll be coming back ready, put up and if you miss
Me, spin me, sing me!


Lyrics submitted by serenity23

"The Crush" as written by Donovan Woods Todd Clark

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    General Commentthis is a guy letting a girl know that just because he may have kind of backed off showing her that he likes her, he still has plans to take their relationship further. he knows that he has plenty of time and doesn't need to rush things. He doesn't want her to give up hope that they'll get together and move on. It's summer and he wants to have fun, but in the end, he's "saving the best lines" for her.

    "let's get together and we'll build a city, and if you're willing i'll be coming back ready. put up and if you miss me, spin me, sing me".

    he wants her to know that if she holds on to what they've had so far, it's ok for her to say how she feels and that when he "comes back" they'll be together. it's almost like a test to see if the feelings were strong enough to keep going even if nothing happens immediately.
    the_crushon August 25, 2008   Link

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