You know, it's a cloudy day here,
Spring will be well worth the wait.
I'll be sure to greet the the sunshine to,
The frozen buckeye state.

Along with the warmer weather,
I think you might thaw my heart.
After all, the coldest winters,
Have torn it apart.

You and I, well,
We could be just fine, ooh-whoa.
If only I knew you had the time, ooh-whoa.

The temperature seldom rises,
Past that wintry thermometer line.
Now I'm tempted to travel to your state,
Just to steal some sunshine.

But if ever you come back with me,
And turn my gray skies into a bright blue.
I'll feel right at home to hold your hand,
And chase the clouds with...

you and I, well,
We could be just fine, ooh-whoa.
If only I knew you had the time, ooh-whoa.

I'll fall asleep, that's right.
I'll fall asleep tonight.
With nothing on my mind,
Except for the sunlight.

I'll fall asleep, that's right.
I'll fall asleep tonight.
With nothing on my mind,
Except for the sunlight.

You and I, well,
We could be just fine.
If only I knew you had the time, ooh-whoa.

You and I, well,
We could be just fine, ooh-whoa.
If only I knew you had the time, ooh-whoa.

I'll fall asleep, that's right.
I'll fall asleep tonight.
With nothing on my mind,
Except for the sunlight.


Lyrics submitted by Kitkat152

Don't Quit! Not Quite! song meanings
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    General CommentI think the guy maybe misses his chance with the girl when she lived there and she moved or something to a state with alot of sunshine, and he misses her or something? and trying to travel to where she is...?
    randommusicon December 10, 2009   Link
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    General Comment"After all, the coldest weathers" should be "After all, the coldest winters"

    And I sincerely love this song.

    I believe it's about a guy that misses the sunshine of a girl he truly liked/ loved. When he falls asleep at night, nothing's on his mind but the "sunlight" - representing her.
    perpetualmelodyon February 18, 2010   Link

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