"Indian Summer" as written by James Bradfield, Nicholas Jones and Sean Moore....
I could handle your tortured heart
Even piece it together whenever you ripped it apart
But I can never be that kind of girl who absorbs that kind of suffering
And turns it into some kind of verb

I want love to love me back
I want to two way conversations
I want love to love me back
One that can handle any situation
I want love to love me back

A sky full of winter stars light up the streets of Manhattan
Wrapping linen in empty curls
Stretching in the summer sun
It's all out in the open
California highway
I don't wanna run

I want love to love me back
I want to two way conversations
I want love to love me back
One that can handle any situation
I want love to love me back
Do do do do do do
Back
Do do do do do do
Back

Listen to a distant train
I wonder where it's going
Maybe where it's coming from
It's all the same

Took some time to find my place
Where the crows are crying
I don't want somebody filling up these days

I want love to love me back
I want to two way conversations
I want love to love me back
One that can handle any situation

I want love to love me back
I want to two way conversations
I want love to love me back
One that can handle any situation
I want love to love me back
(Love)


Lyrics submitted by dontwasteyoursong

"Indian Summer" as written by Mandy Moore Inara George

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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