"Out of the Sun" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
Hey guy, do you want to take the early train tonight?
Catch the ferry to the ballpark lights,
Stay all night, eat our weight, crash the gate!
July or August, it never gets terribly late
Sleep till ten, sweat it out, and then
We'll start all over
We'll start all over again!
Now the infield's green but we're all just in between
A short hop and the losing run

[Chorus]
So get me out of the sun
Get me out of the sun
Get me away from everyone, baby
Get me out of the sun!

Hey, where you watching now?
Let me send you the score
I want to wave from the opposite shore
Late in it, underpinnings, slipping out
Some bullshit from the bottom drawer
Oh, it's all just trash
And nothing lasts,
But I want to believe
Like we're back there on our knees
On the dance floor
Laughing our asses off,
Waking with a cough,
Oh it's all just a dream
Summer's over and I want more!

[Chorus: x2]
So get me out of the sun
Get me out of the sun
Get me away from everyone, baby
Get me out of the sun!


Lyrics submitted by nuclearjew

"Out of the Sun" as written by Jonathan Patrick Wurster James August Wilbur

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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