Just when I thought it was over I said, come sit on my lap You didn't even ask me why I hadn't tried to kiss you yet And I said that I wanted to yesterday When you took me to your mother's house And we watched television on the couch And then I bought a pack of cigarettes
You said let's get up and go Somewhere no one would be around I said okay, and we got up and ran right out through the crowd And when I took your hands in mine and I kissed you I don't think there was anybody else in the world When you said I should kiss you forever, I said that I would
Walking back down through the city We stopped everywhere you knew You said you felt so in love I said that I felt it too And then we laid in the park 'till the sun came up It felt so good we couldn't do it enough You said you never spent the night outside With a boy on the grass
Saying goodbye the next day was so hard That I nearly cried Later I did when I was boarding the plane But it was alright I knew that even if my plane went down I'd be just fine if I was thinking about Falling in love with you On the first tour with my band.
Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER DAVID OWENS
Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY, Wixen Music Publishing
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