"Summer Young" as written by and Wendell Lee/levox Mobley....
You looked a little cold to me so I gave you that
Army green jacket that was in my trunk
It didn't fit, you didn't care, a little chill was in
The air and you were just warming up
You smiled and we sang

I wanna thank the band, whoever they
Were for playing our song
And all the stars up there for getting in line
And shining down on
That boardwalk you and I strolled down
Light's dancing on the water from the merry-go-round
We made a lot of memories, ain't no doubt
But there's only one summer young

I stood behind you while you swayed and looked down
At your pretty face, thought "Man I'm fallin' hard for her"
Yeah, we get those memories now and then, the kind you pray
Will never end and that's exactly where we were
I smiled while you danced

I wanna thank the band, whoever they
Were for playing our song
And all the stars up there for getting in line
And shining down on
That boardwalk you and I strolled down
Light's dancing on the water from the merry-go-round
We made a lot of memories, ain't no doubt
But there's only one summer young

Every time we hear it now (every time we hear it now)
It's gonna take us back

I wanna thank the band, whoever they
Were for playing our song
And all the stars up there for getting in line
And shining down on
That boardwalk you and I strolled down
Light's dancing on the water from the merry-go-round
We made a lot of memories, ain't no doubt
But there's only one summer young

Oh, summer young
Summer young
Ooh, summer young


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"Summer Young" as written by Gary Levox Neil Thrasher

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