I watched that little bit of sweat trickle down your neck
And baby don't you know it sent me over the edge
Three months, little tank tops, running do to our favorite spot
With that southern breeze blowing through our hair
And every night I dream about
Your blue eyes, tan lines, praying baby be mine

Who-o-oh, yeah, you were my summertime
Who-o-oh, yeah, you were my summertime
And I'd pick you up, we'd leave a trail of dust
And everything was alright
'Cause you were my summertime

Midnight always came so quick
I'd give you one last kiss
It's half past 1 when we try to sneak back in
You'd be up on your tiptoes
But daddy was always waiting by the door
And I looked down at the floor
While you made some story up about
Flat tire, barbed wire, begging daddy don't be mad

Who-o-oh, yeah, you were my summertime
Who-o-oh, yeah, you were my summertime
And I'd pick you up, we'd leave a trail of dust
And everything was alright
'Cause you were my summertime

Time has taken those days away
But it can't touch my memories of you

Who-o-oh, yeah, you were my summertime
Who-o-oh, yeah, you were my summertime


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