"Daydream" as written by and James Dustin Payseur....
I'm not upset when you're around
I think I lose myself the second that I see I'm found
And not a day goes by or an hour without
Times I can't remember what I'm thinking about
Cause my head's caught up
And tangled in those dreams

I go uptown on a quiet day
Just to gather my thoughts when I don't know what to say

And we go outside when the morning's dark
And we fall in the grass of an open park
And the sun will break
When our hands hit the tree

And I'm on time
Though I didn't try
And the seconds move slow
But the moments all too right

And not a day goes by
Or and hour without,
Times I can't remember what I'm thinking about
Cause my head's caught up
And tangled in those dreams

Daydream the days away


Lyrics submitted by enjoyyourroots, edited by patchrick

"Daydream" as written by James Dustin Payseur

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    General CommentI'm in love with this songggg.
    JusdePommeon April 22, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthe lyrics are:

    I'm not upset when you're around
    I think I lose myself the second that I see I'm found
    And not a day goes by
    Or an hour without
    Times I can't remember
    What I'm thinking about
    Cause my head's caught up
    And tangled in those dreams

    I got it from the lyrics written inside the cd case. Aside from that, I love this song :)


    ewtoaston September 09, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti hear

    ...i'm not upset
    when you're around...

    ...cause my head's caught up
    you're tangled in those dreams...


    mmlleeeon May 24, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI can't discern what he's saying at the end but I'm nearly positive it's not Daydream the days away.

    I hear
    Daydream the days out

    Any other thoughts?
    Robot Earson March 20, 2014   Link

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