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Lyrics

Summer Drive Song

Backseat Goodbye

I bought a new life for $1. 25 and some sunglasses too.
It isn't easy growing up here but don't take my advice.
I'm not the best with words,
And I can't read minds anymore.
The traffic in this town is really pissing me off.
The people here don't ever like to sing in their cars.
They just turn their radios up to drown out their thoughts.

California sunshine and Tennessee rain,
I'm an East Coast kid with a West Coast way.
And I don't mind the weather but I hate the way it has to change.
Making out to mixtapes with Limbeck, Katrina and,
The Waves Did I mention how I used to hate that song.
Before I met that girl that was in love with The Beatles.
California girls wear their sunglasses at night.
Turns outs that Tom was right.

All the vampires hangout on Ventura Boulevard.
Uptown girls like to go down on the boys,
That pretend they don't listen to the radio.
The people inside hate the people outside,
And the people outside are too drunk to care.
Yeah the people outside are too drunk to care.
I kinda like it when you don't remember my name.
I'm just another face to forget.
Hey what time did you say that the end is coming?
I'm not sure if I'm ready yet.

California sunshine and Tennessee rain,
I'm an East Coast kid with a West Coast way.
And I don't mind the weather but I hate the way it has to change.
Making out to mixtapes with Limbeck, Katrina and,
The Waves Did I mention how I used to hate that song.
Before I met that girl that was in love with The Beatles.
And did I mention that sometimes I'm not right?


Written by Chad Sugg

Hello Yellow

Backseat Goodbye

Hello, how are you?
I'm pretty sure we should be best friends
I'll walk you to school
And tell you, you look pretty each new day

We'll learn about philosophy by drawing on our arms
And build ourselves an alright house made out of Uno cards
They'll say we're unconventional and maybe a little crazy
We'll ask 'em what's wrong with that?
Yeah, we'll ask 'em what's wrong with that?

Hello, how are you?
I'm pretty sure we should be best friends
I'll walk you to the store
And buy you fancy clothes and shiny pins

We'll learn about biology by taking off our clothes
And buy some yellow spray paint to make a yellow brick road
Say we're three dimensional and maybe a little lazy
We'll ask 'em what's wrong with that?
Yeah, we'll ask 'em what's wrong with that?

Hello, how are you?
I'm pretty sure that we should be best friends
I'll walk you to the ocean
And make you a castle of sand to live in

We'll learn about geography by sleeping in the grass
Our bodies'll twitch to wake us up when we fall asleep too fast
They'll say we're unbelievable and maybe a little trendy
We'll ask 'em what's wrong with that?
Yeah, we'll ask 'em what's wrong with that?

Hello, how are you?
I'm pretty sure you're pretty much all I need


Written by Chad Sugg

Cola

Backseat Goodbye

Hey, by the way
I still remember singing Death Cab in your car
The summer was our time machine
We were the best they had ever seen

Hey, by the way
It's good hear, you're voice in the same room
The telephone killed the love letters
And video will take us over soon
If the thrill of touch is a memory
God, I hope I remember you

Take a look around
Leaving's a simple sound
The forward motion of the future
With your feet on the ground
And it's all okay
I'm falling anyway
And I'm still not sorry

Hey, by the way
I'm still the same
If anything, I'm more of it
Blurred lines on the 24
We got what we wanted, these roads are all haunted
With the taste of sex and magazines
We were small town celebrities
And nothing changed for days
We were gods on this interstate
The people prayed to the words that we’d sing
God, I hope I remember you

What a drag it is
To feel like this
The things we said
All the stupid shit we did
Messed up in the middle of a ghostown
I'm done living this way right now

Hey, by the way
I miss the taste, of the time that we would waste
Coca-Cola like a good song through my veins
We come back, but it never feels the same
We come back, but it never feels the
Now where we used to sit lonely
People can buy their groceries
It's funny how the years can turn money from memories

I kinda hope and kinda wish you would
Have said something more, said something more
I kinda hope and kinda wish you would
Have said something, said something


Written by Chad Sugg

Breakfast Club

Backseat Goodbye

Hey Justin, did you hear about next year?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
They say they're taking all the people with big fears
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Sammy, you don't know what you're missing
Yeah, yeah, yeah
I just wish somebody would listen
Yeah, yeah, yeah

You see, well, Annie's got the same tattoo as me
My life is kind of like a future, I can't see
Everything you know is make believe
It's hard to tell what's real

Well, I've got the seasons and you've got the rain
Everyone I know's just waiting for the change
But I don't mind if we all stay the same, no

It's only Monday and I'm ready for next week
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Would someone save this city already?
Yeah, yeah, yeah

You see, well, Peter Pan played me a sad song
Yeah, yeah, yeah
He said, "I'm not home but I'm not lost"
Yeah, yeah, yeah

You see, well, Annie's got the same tattoo as me
My life is kind of like a broken trampoline
When everything you know is make believe
It's hard to tell what's real

Well, I've got the seasons and you've got the rain
Everyone I know's just waiting for the change
But I don't mind if we all stay the same, no, no

Hey summer, do you have to leave this year?
Yeah, yeah, yeah
'Cause I'm running out of reasons to stay here
Yeah, yeah, yeah

I mean, I'm perfectly fine with forgetting
Yeah, yeah, yeah
But sometimes it's not that easy
Yeah, yeah, yeah

You see, well, Annie's got the same tattoo as me
My mind's an old friend but obviously
When everything you know is make believe
It's hard to tell what's real

Well, I've got the seasons and you've got the rain
Everyone I know's just waiting for the change
But I don't mind if we all stay the same, no, no, no
(Please don't go)


Written by Chad Sugg

Dressed Up Like Dreams

Backseat Goodbye

I could be a better person but I choose not to
I'm as selfish as a suicide and wait I take that back
I didn't mean to say it quite like that

Supercalifragalisticexpialadocious
I took all of my memories and threw them in the ocean
Just like that they drowned on impact
In a flurry of nightmares dressed up like dreams
I opened my eyes and managed to find some clarity

Don't hang onto words you don't understand
They're just letters in unalphabetical order anyway
Anyway, anyway, anyway

Don't hang onto words you don't understand
They're just letters in unalphabetical order anyway
Anyway, anyway, anyway

Supercalifragalisticexpialadocious
I took all of my worries spun them in a single motion
Said, "How about that, now you're on the inside"
I'm outside and warm looking in at the mess
I followed you here with planned exact steps

I made a map of the words you left in other people's ears
Wrote down your hopes, to do lists and fears
Drew you a picture, it's pretty if you squint
Regardless of my past I'm a pretty alright kid

Don't hang onto words you don't understand
They're just letters in unalphabetical order anyway
Anyway, anyway, anyway

Don't hang onto words you don't understand
They're just letters in unalphabetical order anyway
Anyway, anyway, anyway

I loved you and left you for another that kissed better
Had prettier eyes than you
For reasons unknown you always dragged me down
It's not your fault you were born in this town

But could you be a little less depressing
And maybe smile a bit more?
Hey there, I guess I'm really not good at this
But love starts with L and so does liar

You're a prettier version of yourself ten years from now
You're brilliant but often late
I'm better off friendless I guess, I guess, I guess
I guess, I guess, I guess

Well, I could be wrong I'm pretty fond of waking up
When it comes to lucky charms I eat the marshmallows first
I'm weird, sometimes, I like to be lonely
But other times I hate the sound of silence

Let's dress up like dreams and pretend we're free
Dress up like dreams and pretend we're free
Let's dress up like dreams and pretend we're free
I hear it's nice, I'd like to try it sometime


Written by Chad Sugg

Infinity & Beyond

Backseat Goodbye

Don't tell me I'm the only one 
Tracing infinities on my arms
Waiting for the years that are already gone
I should really get out more often
It's too damn quiet in this apartment
I swear I'm going crazy just thinking about it
The ceiling spins around, 
I'm stuck to the ground looking up, 
Wondering how I got here
It's all a matter of time and space
How many people you hate
Don't kill the kids, they didn't do anything
They just wanted something to change

Take me, I swear I'm better off 
Being the one without a cause
Another soldier for a war between the gods
Made up by men who forgot 
What it feels like to be loved
Happy birthday, son, we're moving on
We're moving on

It's all a blur until you realize 
Nothing's real unless it's worth it
And me, I know I'm far from perfect, 
But at least I tried
I guess it all makes sense now
Hell yeah, we made it out alive
What else would expect from a fool who's obsessed 
With waking up before it's all gone?
So play me one more song 
With the chords I like and a melody
Something soft, something real, 
Anything that won't ever leave me.


Written by Chad Sugg

Red Balloon

Backseat Goodbye

Darling, You're my red balloon
I'll follow you anywhere you go

Tomorrow it can't come to soon
Take my money, my heart it's sold

I waited all day for the wind to blow you my way
The forecast it called for rain
But the sunlight called it off

Darling, You're my red balloon
I'll never let you go
Storms might rain on our parade
But we'll just push right through

I waited all day to see the look on your face
When you'd realize I didn't run
Like I said I would, I stayed

Darling, You're my red balloon
I'll never let you go
Tomorrow it can't come to soon
Take all my money, my heart it's sold
I waited all day to see the look on your face
When you'd realize I didn't run
Like I said I would, I stayed in place
I stayed in place

Darling, You're my red balloon
I'll never let you go


Written by Chad Sugg

Moons

Backseat Goodbye

I woke up, you were gone again
You said, "Nothing's really fair 
Till you realize we've all lost our minds
It's all worthless, I'm giving up the fight"

Whatever it is, you got it
Please don't take me for granted

The sky fell on my room again
I opened up my window and let it in
It's not easy being someone I could love
Sometimes you get so lonely 
It just makes sense to give up

I hate days like this
Yeah, I hate days like this
You know, I hate days like this
When everyone I know hates themself
Or wants to
United States of Whatever, 

Take your time, failure's free
It's really not that bad, 
You're just pissed off cause it's never easy
We're all stars in a race for the endless nothing

It was summer, times were good
Our hair was long, the music loud, 
When you told me you'd live forever
That lie was all I had, now you wanna take it back
It's cool if you take it back
I won't tell a soul you ran
I'm better off being the only one 
To know what the ending is
Tell Elliott I'm sorry, 
If heaven's real I hope you're happy
I can't believe I'm not the one, 
I could have sworn I was


Written by Chad Sugg

Happy

Backseat Goodbye

Everything’s gonna be alright
Even if I don’t believe it now
I’ll wake up on another flight
It’s a fifteen hour drive

The days fade as the music plays
I’m a singer in these dreams I made
Saved some money from some songs I wrote
About the way I used to be

Just wait I’m gonna prove you wrong
Yeah, it’s a mad world out there
But I’ve waited too damn long
To finally be happy
Like everybody else

I love my mother and my father too
Yeah, there’s nothing that I wouldn’t do
To let them know that their son’s so proud
Of the things they’ve done, the plans they’ve made 
The lives they’ve changed, the love that never fades
I could never thank you two enough
Yeah, I hope make you proud
Someday I’ll buy you both a big house
And you’ll never have to worry
And we’ll all be happy

You see I love my friends too
Yeah, the ones who call and the ones who never do
It gets hard to keep in touch
But that don’t mean a thing
'Cause we're all fighting in this war
To hell and back with scars to show which side we fought for 

Just wait I'm gonna prove them wrong
Yeah, it's a mad world out there 
But we've waited too damn long
To finally be happy
Like everybody else

Yeah, we're gonna be so happy


Written by Chad Sugg

Stay Young

Backseat Goodbye

Stay young and don't trust anyone
Stay young and don't trust anyone
Especially me, especially me

Last year I knew, I'd know
This was all my fault
Stay young, stay young

First time in a while I'm not sure what to do
I think I'm going down
So, I'll force a smile and make it through another year
These songs are lonely sounds
They remind me of our love we built in time
And how I burned it down

Good luck with the next few months
And your hollow toy soul 
I finally found you out

Don't tell me this was easy
Think it through, don't say no more
It's not worth it, nothings perfect
One more fast move I'm leaving
I didn't mean to hurt your soul
It was something beautiful
Before me and my selfish dreams
Could someone wake me?

I need a sign tonight
I need, I need, I need, I need
I need a sign tonight
I need a sign tonight
I need a sign tonight
I need a sign tonight

It's night's like these where we figure out
Who we're gonna be when the sun comes up
When the sun comes up


Written by Chad Sugg

Smile

Backseat Goodbye

alarm clock's going off again.
you're screaming in a telephone.
i wish you were somewhere else.
or maybe i should just move out.
another state, some suburb of a town.
somewhere in north dakota.
got an idea and a map.
two dollars and a photograph.
of a kid... it's me, i'm under a dinosaur blanket.
in my old house.
i like it, it makes me smile.
i like you, you make me smile.
this is my song.
sing it to myself and nothing can go wrong.
for a second i know the world's alright, it's alright.
tired eyes wide awake again.
think i might like to take a swim.
in the pool where we used to kiss the sun's hands all day.
you used to run from the dark.
i still do, i haven't changed a lot.
my voice grew a little deeper but my shirt size's still the same.


Written by Chad Sugg

My Favorite Color

Backseat Goodbye

i collect sunsets in the palm of my hand.
you stomp out the moonlight every chance you get.
one day you're gonna want them back.
when you do i'll turn my head.
you're the good luck for my bad ideas.
i'm the covers on your bed.
you're my dreams when i can't sleep.
and i thank you for that.
i'm you're wednesday evening's afternoon.
you're a store sign blinking on and off.
you say time it's just a waste of light
"i give you love, 'cause you're all i've got".
it's a common misconception.
to wanna get the best of a worse situation.
falling back on unpredictable scenarios.
will get you nowhere so turn up your stereo.
well ba ba.
you've gotta get out soon.
and no no.
you won't know where to.
but you're sure as hell gonna get out of this town put that pedal to the floor.
clap those hands to the beat.
don't know where i'm headed.
but i'm getting out of Tennessee.
you're a candle in the coldest room.
i'm a children's storybook.
you open me every chance you get.
my cover is your favorite color and i love it how you look...
out the window and up the stairs.
and talk to yourself when no one's there love is such a simple word, but i'm glad to be in it with you.
lovely, oh so lovely.
you look so lovely.
yeah love is such a simple word, but i'm oh so glad to be in it with you.
it's a common misconception.
to wanna get the best of a worse situation.
falling back on unpredictable scenarios.
will get you nowhere so turn up your stereo.
well ba ba.
you've gotta get out soon.
and no no.
you won't know where to.
but you're sure as hell gonna get out of this town put that pedal to the floor.
clap those hands to the beat.
don't know where i'm headed.
but i'm getting out of this city, yeah and out of tennessee.
and we can laugh all we want, i know it's your favorite.
and i'll stare at you all i can, 'cause you...you're my favorite.
and we can laugh all we want, i know it's your favorite.
and i'll stare at you all i can, 'cause you...you're my favorite.


Written by Chad Sugg

Sidewalk Sing Along

Backseat Goodbye

well we could take off each other's clothes
or be best friends in the middle of the road
or we could just talk shit about tomorrow and it how it never adds up
well we could touch lips for the hell of it
it's a nice day and we're just kids
there's nothing to do anyway in this town made for two
i don't know what you meant
but i know what you said
about the big nights
about the blue sky
and the indifferent way you talk about the past you like
maybe you should write a book about it
or a song that we'll all sing along to
with la da da i'm so damn glad you moved to the city
and that's too bad you lost what you loved
it's an ugly world but you can smile all you want
well here we are in the back of your car
our hands move to the beat of our hips
no one has to know the truth about this
we we're "just out for a walk and a kiss or two"
i'll tell you girl you do a number on me
with those eyes i swear you stole from the sky
all i need, is you tonight
i don't know what you meant
but i know what you said
about the big nights
about the blue sky
and the indifferent way you talk about the past you like
maybe you should write a book about it
or a song that we'll all sing along to
with la da da i'm so damn glad you moved to the city
and that's too bad you lost what you loved
it's an ugly world but you can smile all you want
won't you meet at the sidewalk if you want
i know you know the whole truth and nothing but the
someone said you were leaving town soon
well if so then i am too
yeah we're a mess but that's fine 'cause it's me and you
well we could climb trees and lay in their leaves
they won't mind as long as we ask nice
you won't mind as long as i ask nice
or so i'm told
well we could carve hearts out of falling stars
chase the wind down the winding streets
ride in cars for hours to nowhere
we're a mess, but that's fine, 'cause it's you and me
we're a mess, but that's fine
we don't need no time to keep up with the days
you keep telling your lies
i'll keep singing these shitty love songs


Written by Chad Sugg

Play Three Again

Backseat Goodbye

bright day, blue sky, sunshine
remember what they told you
forever's never if you ever leave it up to you
fuck that i'm gonna forget this
saturday in the middle of august
three steps from a sudden death
but the sidewalk is my friend
for now, i'll wait
i'll count the clouds from a broken gate
'til the neighbors call me names and tell me how they
hate how i changed so much
i used to smile alot and talk about love
but now i'm all alone and my hair is so long
so long i'll see you in a month or two
don't write to me, i won't write about you
and put it in a song vailed in pretty words and chords
hey how are you
the sex was great and i miss the nights
don't forget to turn the tv off
if you think you're wrong then you might be right
about yesterday and the summer that you lost
but keep on smiling, 'cause this is what you wanted
bright day, blue sky, sunshine
remember how they fooled you
today's not over if tomorrow's still a word you use
fuck that i'm gonna end this
sick sigh from the light they brought us
three nights a week i can't sleep
eyes wide open while i think of you
for now, i'll wait
i'll count the stars from a broken gate
'til the neighbors call me names and tell me how they
hate how i changed so much
i used to smile alot and talk about love
but now i'm all alone and my hair is so long
so long i'll see you in a month or two
don't write to me, i won't write about you
and put it in a song vailed in pretty words and chords
hey how are you
the sex was great and i miss the nights
don't forget to turn the tv off
if you think you're wrong then you might be right
about yesterday and the summer that you lost
but keep on smiling, 'cause this is what you wanted
i'm not sure if you remember me
but if you do then you might see
this is the end


Written by Chad Sugg

Rainy Days And License Plates

Backseat Goodbye

i'm looking for rainy days and license plates.
forget me nots and coastal states.
seven dollars and a cough.
is all i've got.
to my name that i don't know.
'cause no one's told me in a year or so.
that the days are worth living.
might as well give it all you've got.
or just give up.
someone said that boy you gotta run.
you can't look back there is no sun.
it's only a flashlight in the sky.
someone's held it up and it turned big.
and no one really knows what it is.
or how to explain it.
keep it simple.
keep it nice.
keep it lovely.
please stay bright.
when it comes to brilliant.
you're the only one that comes to mind.
i've tried my best to leave this place.
but i always end up just the same.
on a sunday in the middle of another morning's fade.
and the nights they're not so good.
when your only friends that understood.
are in the middle of a state.
that's too far to drive.
you try your best to see it a different way.
well at least i'm still alive.
but life it's a word.
and me i'm just no good.
without my guitar and voice to sing your praise.
like how the midnight needs the moonlight.
and skyline needs the sun to light the days.
i'm hoping for simple songs and melodies.
it's ten past two and the swaying trees.
just remind me of those highways headed home.
to the clarksville skyline.
and the air it's just as fine.
as it is here in indiana.
but the streetsigns just ain't the same.
and not as many people know my name.


Written by Chad Sugg

Hand Claps And Loud Sighs

Backseat Goodbye

well you won't believe in.
the words that i'm saying.
you lied, and i lied, and you lied, we all lied.
it's not like we never said it before.
it was just underlined by the absence of our carismatic tongues.
tell me what you've done.
give me a new name, it won't change a thing.
new letters can't make me a new person.
but it can make me brave.
i can act like i don't care when in really do.
sit there with blue eyes.
and blue shirt with blue sighs.
you're the only one you're the only one you're the only one you're the only one.
i wanna be here i wanna be here i wanna be here.
so don't tell me to go and don't tell me to go.
'cause i won't.
fuck forever.
live for now til' whenever.
you can blame it on me.
but don't blame it on the weather.
it's a beautiful day if you ask me.
cloudy or not, i'm just glad to know there's a sun.
hand claps and loud sighs.
big laughs and loud cries.
thunderstorms and ugly homes.
big kids in little clothes.
no need to wonder if the rain's gonna come our way.


Written by Chad Sugg

Love Song

Backseat Goodbye

if i asked you nicely.
would you write me a love song?
tomorrow's too far.
sing it now just in case if i'm gone.
you can use my name in it.
you can refrence my favorite singers, whatever you'd like.
just as long as you sing it just for me.
if i told you monday.
this time next week i'll be leaving you.
would you block the door or open it for me.
if i took your picture.
would you smile or shy away.
you're not much on poetry.
but god damn girl i love every word you say.
if i asked you politely.
would you paint me a starry night.
i know it's your favorite van gough painting.
i know you know what it looks like.
if i begged you lovely.
to please come home would you reply.
well you asked me nicely.
so i wrote you a love song.
it's got words and it rhymes.
it's got my untuned guitar.
i can mention our inside jokes.
or how we say goodbye in the backseats of cars.
and give irony to my band name.
but i'd rather not.
i wrote you a love song.
it's got two chords and my self learned voice.
i'll compare your eyes to stars.
and your hands to perfection.
just to give you chills.
when i sing it to your face.
you'll cry and call it lovely.
and when i'm done i'll dry your tears.
and call you lovely.
hey there lovely.
 


Written by Chad Sugg

Work Of Art

Backseat Goodbye

I don't care what they say love.
You're a work of art.
No one can paint the sky like you.
Each night I think of new ways to impress you.
So you'll stick around.
When I was younger I'd stare at clouds.
Well now I'm older and I still do.
And I don't know why, so don't ask me.
And I won't ask you.
Why you hide behind those bookshelves.
Filled with bibles and world war fairytales.
Your eyes will tire from the lies your heart desires.
So don't play along 'cause they say you'll go to hell.
This is your own life, believe what you will.

And don't worry when they say you don't understand.
'Cause they could never know how it felt.
The day you found love and lost it just as easily.
You were so young, but so untouchable.
'Cause after that you never loved again no oh.
It was a waste of time, hearts are for pumping blood.
'Til you found that one that smiled back.
You thought you'd die alone.
Now you hold hands, now your mirror's useless.
'Cause what their eyes see is all you really need.
It's not luck, love or coincidence that found you.
It's what's meant to be


Written by Chad Sugg

Beautiful Day

Backseat Goodbye

the sun came and kissed me on the lips.
the clouds all ran back home.
the weatherman told you to stay inside.
it's not like you had anywhere to go.
it's a beautiful day.
oh what a beautiful day.
but somehow i wish it would rain.
i called you names so you would sit by me.
and eventually you were positioned at my side.
i smiled at you 'til you smiled back.
you called me lazy while i wrote "you're lovely" on your hand.
it's a beautiful day.
oh what a beautiful day.
but somehow i wish it would rain.
so we could dance and sing along to elliott smith.
the sky fell and turned black again.
we knew it would, it happens seven days a week.
we couldn't find the moon for all the clouds.
so we supposed it was playing hide and seek.
but we couldn't find it.
we thought we had lost it.
til' we looked across the road, behind the trees.
it was smiling at me.
and it was smiling at you.
so we smiled right back.
there's nothing better else to do.
it's a beautiful day.
oh what a beautiful day.
and i don't really wish it would rain anymore.


Written by Chad Sugg

With Words As Bright As The Sun

Backseat Goodbye

hey there blue eyes.
i'm not through with you.
for 20 years i held my tongue, held it tight.
but now it's time to run.
gonna not look back for nothing and no one.
i'm gonna get lost for good.
i'm gonna leave you motionless.
with words as bright as the sun.
it's like that time last week.
when you thought everything was alright.
but no one was alright.
and i can't help it if you can't look back.
so you know you've got the past to thank for the way you act.
so don't blame it on me or all the books you've read.
it wasn't them who pushed those words through your lips.
i can't believe you're still worried about 10 years from now.
save existentialism for prom night you're still just a kid.
see now you're choking on hello.
when i've already said goodbye.
don't get caught up in a daydream now.
you've been stuck in the dark, 'cause you're still looking for that light.
that you'll never find.
so don't sell your soul 'cause you believe in ghosts.
take a couple days off we'll head out on the road.
so you can see a few towns with a whole new face.
save forever for the fairytales, 'cause it ain't real.
why are you always asking why?
reasons are beautiful, but you don't need them to live your life.
step out side for an hour or two.
just stare at the sky you got nothing better to do.
and then you can finally say.
you saw something beautiful today.
i saw a kid outside last night.
he was crying so i asked him why.
he said "i don't want to live anymore mom and dad are fighting and me i'm lying to myself again."
i said "boy you're only 5 years old you've got a lot to live."
he said "boy you're only 20 years old and you've never lived."
and we laughed.
and we talked about tomorrow.
how we hoped eventually we could smile again.
then morning came.
we were smiling again.
look at that.
who needs miracles when you've got words as bright as the goddamn sun in the sky?


Written by Chad Sugg