The black hole
Of the
Window
Where you sleep

The night breeze
Carries
Something sweet
A peach tree

Wild women don't get the blues
But I find that
Lately I've been crying like a
Tall child

So please hurry leave me
I can't breathe
Please don't say you love me
胸がはち切れそうで

One word from you and I would
Jump off of this
Ledge I'm on
Baby

Tell me "don't"
So I can
Crawl back in

And I was so young
When I behaved
Twenty five

Yet now I find
I've grown into
A tall child

And I don't wanna go home yet
Let me walk to the top of the big night sky

Please hurry leave me
I can't breathe
Please don't say you love me
胸がはち切れそうで

One word from you and I would
Jump off of this
Ledge I'm on
Baby

Tell me "don't"
So I can
Crawl back in

One word from you and I would
Jump off of this
Ledge I'm on
Baby

Tell me "don't"
So I can
Crawl back in


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First Love/Late Spring Lyrics as written by Mitsuki Laycock

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    General Commentthis song is great because it got me into mitski and indie music overall two years ago but now, like 26 months later, it is indeed late spring and I am indeed crying over my first love like a tall child so overall quite relevant
    ivegivenupon November 17, 2019   Link
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    General Comment
    This song has a lot of meaning which has changed over time for me. Originally, i interpreted it as a straight up love song, about falling for someone for the first time and all of the feelings that come with it. Now, admittedly after some person heartbreak, i see it more as a song about the fear of letting yourself fall in love. while love is great and beautiful it’s also painful and taxing, especially when you first fall for someone. I think the “Late Spring” speaks to end of the initial puppy love part of a relationship and the realization that just like spring, most first loves do not last.
    librahomoon May 03, 2020   Link

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