Early mornin' without warnin'
Woke me with a scare
I had that dream again
That the sun was dead
Make me warm or take me home
It's so cold in here
Can't we meet somewhere
Is it winter there?
Is it winter there?
This winter

Meet me in the summer time
We can move the air
Sweet Virginia countryside
I will meet you there
Bloody lips and cherry wine
Moonshine in your hair
Just keep staring at the sun
Pray for summer's end

Come on over, brave my storm
Ocean's overhead
Come inside, my friend
Gettin' bad out there
Every moment we have stolen
All we had to share
No one wanted this
But you know I did
You know I did
This moment

Meet me in the summer time
We can move the air
Sweet Virginia countryside
I will meet you there
Bloody lips and cherry wine
Moonshine in your hair
Just keep staring at the sun
Pray for summer's end

Meet me in the summer time
We can move the air
Sweet Virginia countryside
I will meet you there
Bloody lips and cherry wine
Moonshine in your hair
Just keep staring at the sun
Pray for summer's end

Meet me in the summer time
Meet me in the summer time
Meet me in the summer time
We can move the air
Meet me in the summer time
I will meet you there


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Summer's End Lyrics as written by Taylor Hawkins David Eric Grohl

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    An ok song, nice guitar solo. Simple & Sweet.

    Monkeywrench74on September 14, 2007   Link
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    I really hope youre just high or drunk.. an ok song?

    freakin amazing song. The whole album is insane

    Meet Me In The Summer Time!!

    replica26on September 15, 2007   Link
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    I agree amazing song... reminds me of Soundgarden a little with a touch of Beach Boys:)

    Issildur.hron September 19, 2007   Link
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    I agree amazing song... reminds me of Soundgarden a little with a touch of Beach Boys:)

    Issildur.hron September 19, 2007   Link
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    Fantastic tune, wonderful lyrics, particularly the first two lines of the chorus.

    Ant292on September 23, 2007   Link
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    First of all, the second line of the chorus is "We can move the air," as quoted from the album's liner notes.

    Second, I don't get the Soundgarden comparison... I think this sounds just like Neil Young. Listen to anything off of Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere--Cinnamon Girl, in particular--and then listen to this song. It's uncanny.

    pvkeeper19on September 27, 2007   Link
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    AMAZING song.

    Also..It's "bloody lips" not "blood and lips." The CD's booklet says this..

    beanxon October 05, 2007   Link
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    sounds a lot like something that could have been a song from queens of the stoenage:s album songs for the deaf which dave was involved with

    seoulon October 07, 2007   Link
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    Its the best your all self proclaimed critics who compare shit to other shit and say its not as good as this and that. BUT the fact is this is the most addictive song on echoes and the tune is THE BEST

    nic000on October 12, 2007   Link
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    What the hell, it sounds like nothing from anything on Songs for the Deaf...

    Ant292on October 13, 2007   Link

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