Now he left with all the things he brought
All his dreams and all his thoughts
But Im still wearing his jacket
Its got holes in its pockets, he was wearing it for years
Holes in its pockets, where everything disappears
But Im still wearing his jacket

Im still wearing his jacket
Every time it hurts, it hurts just like the first
But then you cry until theres no more tears

Ill pretend its funny, how you owe me money Ill never see again
And Ill see you at some party or a gallery opening
With a knife in my stomach youll be with a much prettier girl then
Although the summer nights are way too bright
I sleep next to my phone and I leave on the lights
Im still wearing his jacket

I was never much for doing things right
Thinking back on those late, late nights
How I bought you a rose, at the gas station where nothing wild grows
It must have been genetically modified
Cause youre gone and its still alive
Im still wearing his jacket

Im still wearing his jacket

There are things you gave me that
Ill never give back, there is light white and theres dark, dark black and
Ill always be wearing your jacket
Its probably too warm for June, but Im already cold
I hope fall is coming soon
Ill still be wearing your jacket

Every time it hurts, it hurts just like the first
But then you cry until theres no more tears


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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