I wouldn’t call it romantic
While veterans drank in the basement of the packed hall where we met that fall
There’s nothing I’d rather do, than break fire codes with you
And my spend my nights on your front lawn

When these couple years won’t let me catch a break
And keep throwing me on the ground..

You make it feel like it’s nothing at all
You make me feel stronger than all

With you I didn’t care that I slept through lectures
Or that I only stayed for two semesters
It’s always been those pieces of plastic
That I keep arranged alphabetically on a shelf
That taught me how to be myself

You will always have my attention
It’s something I don’t even have to think about anymore
You will always be the life lesson
In a world that just lets down, you stand up with me now

You make me feel like it’s nothing at all


Lyrics submitted by kmonkey2

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