"White Suburban" as written by and Holly Hafermann....
I knew you before
Took a lifetime to forget
But as my eyes meet yours
I take all I can get
Lay light up the shadows of my heart
Return stolen works of art
Yeah, you can’t discern this moment's grace

But I still remember you
In that big, old, white Suburban
And although you look right past me
With disregard
The first won't happen twice

But gazing still at the ground
More alone than I was then
I have searched your eyes
But they don’t comprehend
I crawl back into the shadows of my heart
And just sit there in the dark
Where you don’t require the love you’ll still take

But I still remember you
In that big, old, white Suburban
And although you look right past me
With disregard
The first won't happen twice

And although I’ve since moved on
And I’ve been in love a few times
There’s still a piece of me
That holds on to you
‘Cause the first won’t happen twice
Won’t happen twice
It won’t happen twice

I remember you
In that big, old, white Suburban
And although you look right past me
With disregard
And although I’ve since moved on
And I’ve been in love a few times
There’s still a piece of me
That can’t let go of you
‘Cause the first won’t happen twice


Lyrics submitted by jsd6793

"White Suburban" as written by Holly Hafermann

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