Been a long time since I missed her,
Been a while since I said her name.
Now it's coming in like a Polaroid picture,
and I remember everything.

Old car with the Star Wars stickers,
Idling on Sycamore Street.
Sneeking off with your daddy's liquor,
The whole world was just you and me.... yeah you and me.

[chorus]
There's nothing wrong with that Indian Summer,
Falling in love wrapped up in each other.
No shame in the innocent way we were breaking all the rules.
Hold up in the back seat kissing, top down down, pointing at stars and wishing.
Just a couple of small town fools, that Indian summer.

I can hear those guitar strings ringing,
Bonfire at Canyon Lake, yeah,
If I remember we all kept singing,
Every word to Yesterday, oh Yesterday.

[chorus]
There's nothing wrong with that Indian Summer,
Falling in love wrapped up in each other.
No shame in the innocent way we were breaking all the rules.
Hold up in the bad seat kissing. top down down, pointing at stars and wishing.
Just a couple of small town fools, that Indian summer.

Woohoho, woohoho, Just take me back in time.
Woohoho, woohoho, leave me there for a while.

[chorus]
Nothing wrong with that Indian Summer,
Falling in love wrapped up in each other.
No shame in the innocent way we were breaking all the rules.
Hold up in the bad seat kissing, top down down, pointing at stars and wishing.
Thinking we were just so damn cool.
But we were just a couple of small town fools, that Indian summer.


Lyrics submitted by Kireon

Indian Summer song meanings
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