Somewhere in our future, we are coping with our past. When you realized your words would never fix me did it make you more inclined to act?
I wanna call you when I am lonely, I forget what we were like. Was I charming? Were you funny? Were we perfect in the right light?
How will I say goodbye?
I am smarter than I am acting, I am stronger than I feel, but I will wonder what I was lacking, and how I let you down, until they lay me down.
I will see you when I am sleeping. I will dream you into place, where your brown eyes still find me dashing, I'll drag that perfect laugh out of your pretty face...
How will I say goodbye? Take it easy.. Take it easy on me.
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Hit after hit. A spit in the face to those who thought glistening powerpop had no more joy to offer, nor history to develop. Ages extremely well; even though it hasn't been long since its release, when I listen to it, I feel as though returned to some long, hazy past that invigorates and enlivens me. Lavender McCaffrey