"The First Five Times [Russian Futurists]" as written by and Evan Cranley Amy Millan....
The first time in the back yard
Underneath the plastic sheeting
Outside it was pouring
And we were drunk as shit

Next time at a party
When all our friends were there
There is nothing like bare mattresses
Underneath the stairs

Third time in a doorway
With the lights all on around us
And the audience beside us
And your man watching from the trees

Fourth time I said that's that
You've agreed to give me everything
Now I've got to ask you one more thing
Keep doing that forever

Fifth time in your bedroom
When finally we rested
And you leaned upon your elbow
And began to speak to me

But you stopped yourself and kissed me
And I grabbed your wrist and told you
I know, I know, I know
I feel the same as you

And every day it's changed since then
In every way I've changed since then
And every day it's changed since then
In every way I've changed since then

Driven outside and driven in
Driven outside and driven in
And driven in, and driven in


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"The First Five Times" as written by Christopher Allen Seligman Amy E Millan

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