"We Get to Feel It All" as written by and Emily Ann Saliers....
My, my how time flies first time I met you
Had to shade my eyes 'cause staring into the sun
Can make a girl blind now here we sit in a shady spot
Got what I wanted, and I want what I got
But through the will of my own I just found my way home

Here is what I learned about you
You set the sun and you hung the moon
Mid October or the month of June
Temperatures rise and fall we get to feel it all

Sometimes I can't tell you're open like a book
Or shut like a shell, but if I hold you to my ear
I can hear the whole world dark stories of a distant past
Our time created in a single blast
You like to laugh at me because I'm serious, serious

Yes it's true, but here is what I learned about you
You set the sun and you hung the moon
Mid October or the month of June
Temperatures rise and fall

We get to feel it all
We get to feel it all
We get to feel it all
We get to feel it all

Time waits for no one so I'm remembering that day in the sun
How I was thinking that you needed time to cool down
Circumstances make us tired and colder
That's my coat thrown around your shoulder
And I know you'll give it back to me if I need it I believe it

Here is what I learned about you
You set the sun and you hung the moon
Mid October or the month of June
Temperatures rise and fall

Here is what I learned about you
You set the sun and you hung the moon
Mid October or the month of June
Temperatures rise and fall
We get to feel it all


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"We Get to Feel It All" as written by Emily Ann Saliers

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