BRIAN DAVIS


Summerthing Lyrics

She grew up in that little beach town,
I was 17 just hanging out,
For a couple crazy months out on the coast,
Well she smiled at me,
Said her name was Daisy,
I just laughed when she called me baby,
Cause what do you say to that,
Standin there watching the sun go down,
She wrapped her arms around me,
But all I could think about was,

Chorus:
How long, how long,
Could I really hang on,
To somethin like her,
Cause I knew in my heart she could never be mine,
But It felt so good just spending time,
With that girl,
And lookin back now I smile every time I think,
Well I was just her summerthing,

We were sneakin beers, confessing dreams,
sinking quarters in the Pac-Man machine,
and making out in the backseat of a car,
She taught me how to forget about time,
Live for the moment and let love ride,
And how it feels to hold a borrowed heart,
Cold air came and closed it all down,
She tried to sell me a sweet goodbye,
But all I could think about was,

Chorus

How long, how long,
Could I really hang on,
To somethin like her,
Cause I knew in my heart she could never be mine,
But It felt so good just spending time,
With that girl,
Lookin back now I smile every time I think,
Oh lookin back now I smile every time I think,
Well I was just her summerthing
Well I was just her summerthing

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Record Label(s): 2006 BDL

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