Strange weather patterns
Coming in off the coast
Though I love the rain hail wind and snow
Makes me miss you the most

Spent that summer lighting bottle rockets
With children strange
And I recall how hard you laughed
When you came home my voice had changed

And I always think of you
Whenever anything's at stake
And I always think of you
As my finest mistake

And the fact that I'm in love
Always makes me laugh
It's the awkward teenage girl
From a faded black and white photograph

And I always think of you
Whenever anything's at stake
And I always think of you
As my finest mistake

I have grown stagnant as a stone
And I always hoped someday, someday
I might call your body home
I might call your body home
I will call your body home
Honey

Strange weather patterns
Coming in off the coast
Though I love the rain hail wind and sleet and snow
Makes me miss you the most


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    General Comment"And I always think of you whenever anything's at stake." What a great description of what it means to really love someone.
    Melva02on October 16, 2009   Link

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