Wait for it boy
the very next catch
seaside in silence with your eyes open
and a blip could make your loudest voice into a mistake
so sorry all my actions made were to hurt you bad

and she's got a real grip on me
she went from a dream to a pretty girl in my passengers seat
one night
with songs we sang so out of key
like kids in car with memories
that kiss in front of movie screens
I never thought I'd hear you sing
the tune of my generic first name
the one my parents gave to me

and wait for it boy
she'll come around again
as I sit with friends
comparing girls to fish
but in a dream she's more than that
she's everything but I have to laugh
because I knew her not and that's too bad
beautiful one, oh how you glow
the seaside's been silent before I knew you so
but maybe my ears turned away
and loves not blind but deafening
at least I can still hear you say my generic first name
the one I wonder ever travels your brain

and you'll go on
oh as you should
if I could wreck your home
I think I would
and I know what you want and it's not me
and I could sing my songs way out of key
and I know what it takes to be happy
but it's more than me
like a fisherman to the sea


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Appalusion song meanings
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