Sitting in the backseat
on a Saturday night
Places racing past me
spitting halogen light

I wish that you would ask me
if I’m feeling alright
The shadows you were casting
nearly swallowed the night

But God, I could have kissed you
God, I could have kissed you
God, I could have kissed you
God, I could have kissed you

Midway between
the end and the start
I cried like a baby
I tore you apart

Midway between
the end and the start
I cried like a baby
I tore you apart

I knew that I’d leave you
by the middle of June
You touched me on my shoulder blade
soft like a tomb

I wanna hear you tell me
you don’t know what you’ll do
The words you were not saying
nearly filled up the room

But God, I could have kissed you
God, I could have kissed you
God, I could have kissed you
God, I could have kissed you

Midway between
the end and the start
I cried like a baby
I tore you apart

Midway between
the end and the start
I cried like a baby
I tore you apart

Leave me where you found me
Leave me where you found me
Leave me where you found me
Leave me


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