Your holiness is gone
Sometimes love will make you sad
Until you know where you belong
You'll dream of what you never had

I can feel the falling leaves
Filling up my vacant mind
When i fall onto my knees
I pray you don't leave me behind

Summertime is over
I don't owe you nothing
When you say your leaving
I want you to hold on
Summertime is over
I don't owe you nothing

I can see September sun
Sinking in the autumn sky
If you want me to be gone
I've left already in my mind

Summertime is over
I don't owe you nothing
When you say your leaving
I want you to hold on
Summertime is over
I don't owe you nothing
When you say your leaving
I want you to hold on


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September Baby Lyrics as written by Joseph Lyburn Arthur

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    Very beautiful song... Made me cry the first time i heard it, i'm not really sure why though.. It's just very beautiful..

    Philosophyon February 15, 2005   Link
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    makes me very sad. i'll be leaving my love at the end of august for college.

    _aeronauticalon June 25, 2005   Link
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    makes me very sad. i'll be leaving my love at the end of august for college.

    _aeronauticalon June 25, 2005   Link
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    I find it so sad, i always relate his songs to my life and the first time i heard this i was with my first serious boyfriend and had lost my virginity at the end of september linking 'your holiness is gone'

    fabulouso!

    TrebleClefon September 17, 2005   Link

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