"Teenage Talk (full version)" as written by and Anne Erin Clark....
Katie kept the list of times
Now had she's really done it, done it
It's always swarmed like flies
Pretending like we weren't terrified to

We snuck out that night
Rolled a Chrysler down the driveway
But once we were inside
Couldn't figure out where we were off to

That was before we had made
Any terrible mistakes

That's just teenage talk
Pinky-swear that you won't go changing
Drank so much that night
Carved the state of Texas in our forearms

You know I never loved you more
When we were hiding from those sirens, sirens
Oh we laughed so hard
Threw up in your mother's azaleas

That was before we had made
Any terrible mistakes

That was before we had made
Any terrible mistakes

That's just teenage talk
I don't think the past is better, better
Just 'cause it's cased in glass
Protecting us from our now and later

You know I never loved you more
Than when we were running from those sirens, sirens
Drank so much that night
Carved the state of Texas in our forearms

How do you see me now
Now that I'm a little bit older, older?
Nevermind the albatross smoldering on my shoulder, shoulder, shoulder, shoulder



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