Last summer's been way too short.
I send my love on a bus to your town
Windburned noses and winter coats
We would cuddle up in turtleneck sweaters
Snowflakes fall, melt on the tip of your tongue
Passed you my heart to take good care of, it

I wish that you would die to know (It's nice to know that you were here)
If I still have your memory
I wish that you would die to know (It's nice to know that you were here)
If I still ask your friends about you
So

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
My heart goes spring sprung when you put your lips to my ear
I bury your mittens in the new fallen snow
And you would say that this will never end

I wish that you would die to know (It's nice to know that you were here)
If I still have your memory
I wish that you would die to know (It's nice to know that were were here)
If I still ask your friends about you.

How I wish that you were dead (How I wish that you were dead) x4


Lyrics submitted by TonySly, edited by James Dean

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