Amidst the throes of teenage love,
You used to be what I dreamed of.
I always thought too far ahead,
That’s what you had always said.
Said that word when we were kids,
I’ll admit that I am still a kid,
A little bit of age, but I’ll never change,
Can you say the same?

I want to be right where you are,
Your hands were frozen in my car,
I bridged the gap to get them warm,
Do you still remember?
I want to sleep right where you are,
My hands around your hips, and arms,
It’s not too late for memories.
Can you still sleep within my dreams?
(Do you remember? Do you remember?)

A quarter past eleven when I got your message,
Said you’d be coming home would I meet you at the station?
I’ll be waiting, I’ll be waiting.
Thinkin’ ‘bout it now helps me construct the passion,
Never loved another quite in this same fashion,
I don’t think I’ll let go,
Don’t think I can let go, ‘cause sweetheart:

The sun don’t shine the way it did.
I bet my face lit up so quick.
If that first kiss was any hint,
I think I’ll stick around a little bit.
Not as cold as it was then,
Not alone like I had been,
I can’t wait to get you home,
Cause I can’t stop thinking ‘bout how:

I want to be right where you are.
For all of time you’ll own my heart.
When the rain is falling down,
We’ll lay out on the couch.
I want to sleep right where you are,
My hands around your hips and arms,
We can worry about tomorrow when it comes,
Cause I’m in love, cause I’m in love.

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