Summer snapped in half and half flippin' coffee creamers
Twenty times, that's a good sign, like a four-leaf clover
Downtown was filled with the sounds of the full and the part time losers
And when we stepped up to the bar, you asked for a cigarette
And the years just melted away right then
And I saw all the ways that we've changed and the decisions that we made
And I wasn't hurt or afraid
Some skin holds night in

Some gifts go unrequited
I dreamed I was holding my breath
Go down again till I'm breathing in water
And breaking like the day, getting in your way

Lyrics submitted by xartprojectx, edited by meowza, BushmanBeats

"Downtown" as written by Daniel Anton Littleton

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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