"Under The Sun" as written by and Mark Sayers/frazier Mcgrath....
Now this is somethin' from back in the day
I'll always remember Run DMC
And all the good times
That we had on the beach
Stealing sips from a paper cup
And making out in the sand
Maybe I'm dreaming
Can you tell me

Do you remember
The summers that lasted so long
June 'til September
Was our time to sing all the songs
Do you remember
All of us together
As we grew up under the sun (Back in the day, back back in the day)

I'll always remember everything we do
Rockin' the eighties blastin' K-R-O-Q
I remember Culture Club
The Clash, and Men Without Hats
Seems kind of funny right now
But it's taking me back
We'd always sing along
And laugh out loud at ourselves
Don't want to stop dreaming
Can you tell me

Do you remember
The summers that lasted so long
June 'til September
Was our time to sing all the songs
Do you remember
All of us together
As we grew up under the sun (Back in the day, back back in the day)

I want to rewind every time
'Cause the words have so much meaning
They were there when nobody cared
Always knew what I was feeling
Stay tonight don't leave me reminiscing
All I do is wind up missing you
Are you missing me
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Are you missing me (Na na na na na na)
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na na

Do you remember
The summers that lasted so long
(Back back in the day, back back in the day)
Do you remember
All of us together
As we grew up under the sun


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"Under the Sun" as written by Craig Bullock Charles Stanton Frazier

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    General Commentultimate summer song to just chill out with your old buddies, and reminise about how it was back in the day and spending those long hot days growin up together in the sun.
    Ava Adoreon April 14, 2002   Link
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    General Commentmakes me think of summers @ the beach, meeting tons of hot surfer dudes, stuff like that
    bizzysignalon June 10, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so like...great because you don't even want to think about the lyrics. Its a cool sound and it's a relaxing summer song. A song that you wanna listen to cruisin down the road. Love it . Sugar Ray is amazing.
    angieb739on August 11, 2002   Link
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    General Commentor crusing in your boat ;)
    DesktopConfessionalon August 31, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis really reminds me of me and my mates in the summer i recently moved away and we used to skate and do all the things in the song got to b one of my faves just to remember old times i even sometimes cry wen i hear it
    thedarklordmasteron March 04, 2003   Link
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    General Commenta lot of the things in this song that he reminices about, ive done too. its an awesome song to relax to
    XOoviciousoOXon June 29, 2003   Link
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    General CommentOne part of the song seems to mention him missing someone, possibly a girl (guy?). As if he misses someone he used to be with, and now he's calling her out, asking her to come back to him. He's been thinkin' about her, and all he has is the memories. He doesn't want memories, he wants that person.
    dannymp3on June 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis reminds me of summer, and this song is great. Its the type of song you'd just chill to while driving to the beach.
    stryker311on December 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is such a great song.
    it really really reminds me of how good
    summers are, & how much i miss them.
    halesterron December 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is obviously about summer, but I also agree with Danny. He is also talking about a girl, so it leads me to believe that hes talking about a summer memories with a girl that he misses also.
    brandnewsemesteron August 06, 2007   Link

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