"One Summer Day" as written by and Chris ...
Too much joy and not enough laughter
All the crap that came came after me
In a rolling motorcade that's why I couldn't stay
So you say you can't believe me now
Have another drink and believe me anyhow
When your life falls all to pieces, you've got to rearrange

One summer day I was not ashamed or afraid
Me and my friends swimming naked in the lake
Take me back there someday

Well, I may have looked awkward but I know how to dance
And that left an imprint on her underpants
In the back of her father's car on a Friday night in June
Yeah, the words we spoke we thought were true
Gave me your heart and I gave it back to you
Why you crying Mary Jane?
I never swore that I wouldn't change

One summer day I was not ashamed or afraid
Me and my friends swimming naked in the lake
Take me back there someday

I never thought that I would see you rolling so, so low, so low
I never thought that I would see you moving so slow, so slow

See the day I die is the day that I see my life flash before my eyes stop the rewind
Find the day that I turned eighteen it was a day that I never knew
'Cause I got too drunk to even see all the truth that was spewing out of me
In the bathroom all night long
Swore I'd never drink again

One summer day I was not ashamed or afraid
Me and my friends swimming naked in the lake
Take me back there someday


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