This time
It was our summer
It was something
No one could take from us

Sometimes that night seems so close
Like I could hold it
You said alright we'll be fine
But how could we have known
Do you remember
Roll down the window and let in night air
I always thought we'd be together
You said,
You said that we'd never gone this way before

I must not let you die
Your memory survives
I Hope that tonight things are fine
As I lay awake
The light cuts the southern sky
And that glass stings my lungs
These scars they will
They will always remind me of you and how your always with me

Your with me
Your with me
You are with me, always with me

Nothing, Won't you stay
Tonight, tonight

Don't you know I tried to find those pictures with no light
I lost them as I lost you
I lost them as I lost you
Waiting, waiting to see and be with you again
With you again
Wishing the best for you my lost friends, my lost friends
To hear you laugh one last time
I hope you know I tried to find those pictures Jordo,
Of us
That night in Detroit with The Preshure Point
And I,
I feel the need to fly and hide inside
And I,
I feel the need to hide inside your loving arms

Man I swear I'd give the whole thing up for you

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"The Year Summer Ended in June" as written by David Bowie

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    General Commentanother thing about the compromise thing is that members of 7a7p didnt want to play a benefit for the families of compromise since some of the members of that band were atheist and 7a7p was considered a "christian" band. what bull-shit. also there is somewhere on the cd that you will hear "i hope you die" screamed in the background.
    Zak_Milwaukeeon April 12, 2005   Link

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