In the mornin'
When I wake up
Pour coffee in my cup
I think of you
And I hear the church bells
On St. Augustine Avenue
I think of you
When I'm drinkin' wine
When I go to bed early
'Cause there's no one here to talk to, I

Think of you sittin' on the back porch, laughin'
Drinkin' Black Box and bitchin' 'bout the traffic
And you're stealin' my cigarettes
You know it was all gonna come down crashin'
Still tryna figure out what the hell happened
When I think of everything I had to lose
I think of you

When I remember
The first of August
I laid under your stars and started talkin'
And it was easy
And I was honest
You were everything that I had ever wanted
So I think of you
When I'm gettin' high
When I read about Jesus
When I'm lookin' up at an overcast sky

You watchin' me cryin' on the bathroom floor
Sayin' I don't wanna do this anymore
And I threw your shit across the room
I think about you in a '65 Nova flyin'
Hangin' in a dust cloud out of my driveway
Shoulda chased you down, I couldn't move
'Cause you knew it was all gonna come down crashin'
Still tryna figure out what the hell happened
When I think of everything I had to lose
Oh, I think of you
I think of you

You knew it was all gonna come down crashin'
And when I think of everything I had to lose
I think of you
I think of you

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