"Last Summer" as written by and Michael Richard/watkins Lewis....
There's trouble on the wing
I just can't see the floor
I don't know where to start
or what they're fighting for

We just can't fall apart
please turn this all around
I think he's got a gun
I never said goodbye

A free chance for a villain
maybe heroes or a soldier
in all my life as I would stand
United to a flag
and clenching with my hands

It's really getting strange
I heard the pilots scream
we're never going down
at least that's what it seems

I'm frozen to my seat
I lost my sense of time
neglect from God above
who walks the crooked line

But still we fly it's so streamlined
flying angels to the sun
those wars are never won
I love you on this morning
where the strangest strangers curse
as the buildings tumble down

A free chance for a villain
maybe heroes or a soldier
in all my life as I would stand
United to a flag
and clenching with my hands

But still we fly it's so streamlined
flying angels to the sun
those wars are never won
I love you on this morning
where the strangest strangers curse
as the buildings tumble down

When in fifty years
may just one forget
was that yesterday
or just last summer

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"Last Summer" as written by Lee Gaze Ian Watkins

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