I'll take you out to the country
I'll take you out on a quiet day
Yeah

I'll take you out in the sunshine
Sit in my car with the windows down
Yeah

You're understated, you're wonderfully underestimated
You don't wear dazzling jewelry, but you're shining all the same
I would be good to you, I chop the wood for you
And build a house for us too out of old twigs and some glue
I get to thinking, yeah we'd go a long way

Side by side in the movies
Disappointing pizza and a slow walk home

You know I love you, and I'm sorry and
You know I love you, and I'm sorry and wrong

Through the clouds I see you
Perfect and loud and feel
Tremendous proud that you're
Taking the time to breathe

I've been around you
Trying not to surround you
Now it's about time that I
Made my sense of this known

I would be good to you, I chop the wood for you
And build a house for us too out of old twigs and some glue
I get to thinking, yeah we'd go a long way

But I probably won't make you happy
I'm prone to sadness and I'm very untidy


Lyrics submitted by T_D_Phoenix

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