Left arms burnt,
We head for the lake.
A bit more sun
Than we could take.
I'll push the Jimmy,
If you push the Dave,
Then we could sink down to the bottom and say,

"What a fine life we are living."

And I think you'll agree
That the train tracks are
Complimentary
To squishing pennies and kissing girls.

We scratched our names
All in a row
Into a tree, in hopes it would grow
Into the tallest tree the forest ever would know.
We'd climb up to the top and shout to below...


Lyrics submitted by skellybits, edited by CAKunited

Emerald Lake, AB song meanings
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    General CommentSuch an uplifting song. Really, if this album doesn't make someone feel extreme happiness, I'll be surprised!
    MalJon November 24, 2011   Link
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    General CommentSO simple and sweet. Makes me want to go on a road trip just to roll down my window and put my head out and feel the wind against my face. A love life song.
    yamolajodaon January 01, 2013   Link

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