"Postcard Margins" as written by Casper Hansen, Michael Moller, Jacob Millung and David Brunsgaard....
In fancy dinner restaurants
In Polaroids with people on
They’re memories now, this summer’s gone
And happiness won’t last that long
As perilous as summer flirts
As lines in books that really hurt
The sunlight hit your golden hair
And I heard voices on the air
Another season ends and you are far from home
You ended up at Disney screenings all alone
Those nights I had the strangest dreams
But as we all know they’re real it seems
We had sex wearing boxing gloves
And still you called it making love
Another season ends and you are far from home
In postcard margins saying: “Miss you, I’m alone”
But the good things happen to those who wait
Now leaves on trees are leaving these
And like a tree that looks ahead
For summer to revive it from the dead
I haven’t given up on you yet




Lyrics submitted by christina201288

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