I’d make you happy if I could “if I could”
Id pluck the stars from the sky so you can sleep at night if i could
I’d make you smile more if I could “if I could”
I’d throw a lasso around the moon and pull if I could

So take me there
The sky must go somewhere

Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
It’s raining, it’s raining, it’s raining, the music’s gone
Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
It’s raining, it’s raining, it’s raining, the music’s gone

The music’s gone

Id fight your demons if I could “if I could”
I’d walk the fires of hell, let it burn through my shoes if I could
I’d write you more songs if I could “if I could”
I’d climb a mountain just to show you the view if I could
So take me there
The sky must go somewhere

Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
It’s raining, it’s raining, it’s raining, the music’s gone
Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
It’s raining, it’s raining, it’s raining, the music’s gone

The summer’s long
“the music the music the music the music”
These nights are gone
“the music the music the music the music”

The summer’s long
“the music the music the music the music”
These nights are gone
“the music the music the music the music”

This summer's long
“the music the music the music the music”
These nights are gone
“the music the music the music the music”

Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
It’s raining, it’s raining, it’s raining, the music’s gone
Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
It’s raining, it’s raining, it’s raining, the music’s gone
These nights are gone


Lyrics submitted by CharliesAngels

Those Summer Months song meanings
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    General CommentThose summer months is one of my favourite my forever songs. (Beth)

    The lyrics i like most are :
    "I'd make you happy if I could, if I could, I'd pluck the stars from the sky so you can sleep at night if i could I'd make you smile more if I could if I could I'd throw a lasso around the moon and pull if I could". This makes me think of when i wish i could do more for somebody. When i have seen a friend or a family member upset and just wished i could have done something more to help them. The lyrics "I'd fight your demons if I could if I could I'd walk the fires of hell, let it burn through my shoes if I could I'd write you more songs if I could if I could I'd climb a mountain just to show you the view if I could",make me think about how i would do anything and everything for anyone who means something to me. I am always willing to help a friend in need. And Roy's voice simply makes this song 100 times better!





    CharliesAngelson February 25, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningThose Summer Months! - Well, what Can I say. What an awesome song!
    I don't paticularly have a favourite lyrics part in this song, but the part of the song that does stand out to me, is
    'Standing there with sandals on, Bermuda shorts the summers long
    It's raining, it's raining, it's raining, the music's gone The summer's long
    the music the music the music the music'

    I like this part of the song the most because the song is basically about the good times of summer.
    Although my summer wasn't amazing last year, I can relate to previous summers, because Ive had some pretty awesome memories in the past in summer! - I also like the last part, 'the music the music the music the music' because, life to me is soooooo much about music, and i honestly believe that without music I wouldn't be alive. Music is like a person to me, becuse it is always there, you will always be able to find a song that describes how you feel, and this song just really proves how important music is to people.

    CharliesAngelson February 24, 2011   Link

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