"Summertime" as written by Joseph Carnall, Louis Ian Carnall, Joseph Thomas Green and Thomas Lee Rowley....
You left sometime ago, and now I just don't know.
Bur for right now, I know there ain't no way
And it seems to me that you seem to be
A million miles away.
What can I do? I need to be with you
There's so much I've been meanin' to say
And I can't see why we have to be
A million miles away.
I had a dream last night, everything seemed alright
You weren't so far away
Sunshine in your eyes, makes me wonder why
I have to wake up alone another day.
And this lonliness just makes me feel depressed
But thoughts of a smilin' face
Assures me that there is someplace
That I can run to, that I can be with you
I can see it in my mind
So it's back up to Mendo one more time.
And I'll be back in the summertime
With a handfull of flowers and a bottle of cheap wine.
In the summer time.
And I know just where to find you at
And when I do I ain't comin' back, no
So long as you're by my side.


Lyrics submitted by Ken Braley

"Summertime" as written by Claydes Smith Alton Dameron Taylor

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentOne of the better punk love songs, although from the lyrics alone it would be difficult to know it's a punk song.
    JohnnyLurgon February 26, 2011   Link

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