Holding Stephen Hawking and Pynchon
To cover up my X-Men number 21
Thinking of impressive things to say
But I got nothing so I'll just wait it out, wait it out

There's gotta be something more to life
Then New York Roast and the occasional Chai
She looks at me and I spin around
That's a decent thing to say I oughtta write that down
I've been looking for love all around the world
But I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with the bookstore girl

She looks so cute in her green uniform
And I'm trying to convince her that I'm not the normal customer
I order my coffee, she checks me out
No wait, that must have been somebody else

There's gotta be more to this thing
Than herbal tea, caffeine, and ginseng
She's the prettiest thing in town
That's a good one too, I need to jot it down
With her slight pretentious air I want her in my world
Cause I'm in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with the bookstore girl

With Emily Bronte and Sinclair, I'm trying to stay well read
But not as well as I've been reading her
I guess I'm next in line, I should think of something to do
I'd like a tall espresso decaf vanilla mocha you

You wanna get out of here with me
From Steven King and Bill O'Reilly
Don't know what it means but I like the sound
I've gotta remember to write it down
Come on out of this café and out into the world
Cause I love you, I love you bookstore girl


Lyrics submitted by fishleader

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