The bottle lies there on the table
And the tickets lie there on my chest,
As the sun shakes me out of the nighttime,
Like she needs me to never forget.

The feeling that I'm getting older
And the feeling that I'll never change.
I could leave for the east coast tomorrow.
Do you still think that I'd feel the same?

On the bus to the town where I met you,
Down the same old familiar streets.
To my wide eyes, it's always the first time
And the last time that we'll ever meet.

With the feeling that I'm getting older
And the feeling that we'll never change.
I could leave for the east coast tomorrow.
Do you still think that we'd feel the same?

Do you think we were wrong
When you said you were right all along?
And if you find what you want...
Well, we all need a place to belong.

I sat down and wrote you a love song
'Cause it's all I can do for you now.
When I hear that you're happy in Dartmouth
And I can't get my feet off the ground.


Lyrics submitted by CAKunited

East Coast song meanings
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