You’ll have to get up earlier,
To get by me.
My shirt’s all dirty
And, this floor’s not clean.
Summer ain’t so great,
Just come get back in bed.
The covers all fall like leaves,
And it’s about time I--

I gather my bones and crawl,
Between you and the cooling wall.
The sun’s still coming up,
And your hair’s all around me.
It’s like we were shoving off to sea,
Or climbing the ladders up.
I get weak in the knees,
Just from peeling my eyes off of you.

Wake up it’s eight AM,
The dogs bark at the train again.
You’d swear the door was wide--
And they were all running inside.
I’m making plans for you and me,
Can’t wait for the wait and see.
I know I’ll remember it,
I know you’ll remember when:

We’ll run past the wall of trees.
Don’t take your eyes off of me.
We don’t have time to stop,
I said: I’m not if you’re not.
We’ll make the most of this,
And the sun shines behind your lips.
I try to look cool but I--
I want to make you smile, so I can see the rays rushing down your face, and down my face.

Roll up your sleeves now,
Wrapped in the sheets now.
Roll up your sleeves now,
You’ll never leave now.

Outside the window pain, the sun falls like summer rain.
Here we are safe from harm, wrapped in each other’s arms.
I’ll fake like I’m not in love, seemed way too soon to say I was.
Pretend I might leave now, But I’ll never leave now.


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