Sometimes
I think you know me well
Right by the shore
I think you had it right
That’s modern love
But I’m kind of old
Fashioned I can’t
Make do with only words

In the summertime
I think you read my mind
I want it all
And this in any season
Unceasingly
Calculating all
Combinations
Of you and me

If you want more
Then you’ve got to know
I’m no giver
Give me a minute
Think about us
And what if we can’t
To turn back
When the campfire dies

You seem to wait for the moon to prove me wrong
Can I rely on you when the temperature falls
You reflect
I will let it go

Summer ends
If you have to go
All summers end
They have to rest sometime you know

Last night
I was misunderstood
I want it all
But that kind of life
Which drives our love
Further apart
I’m always brought
Back to that shore

And I’ll miss you sure
And I’ll miss the waves
My party of friends
Drinking and screwing
Unceasingly
Computing all
Combinations
Of you and me

If you want more
Then you’ve got to know
I’m no giver
Give me a minute
Think about us
And what if we can’t
To turn back
When the campfire dies

You seem to wait for the moon to prove me wrong
Can I rely on you when the temperature falls
You reflect
I will let it go

Summer ends
If you have to go
All summers end
They have to rest sometime you know


Lyrics submitted by VasiliFoka

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