T-Shirt Weather

Album: Young Chasers (2015)
  • She left me and said
    Baby won't you come to bed
    But I can not sleep
    While the sun's awake

    The nights been so long
    You don't get me right, don't get me wrong
    Now my head tells the tales
    I hardly know

    I remember T-shirt weather
    I remember some days
    We were singing our lungs out
    in the backseat together
    And the seatbelts were burning our fingers
    In the T-shirt weather
    I remember sleeping till the early afternoon

    Drinks fly like birds
    Across the kitchen trouble stirs
    And I'm tongue-tied by words
    I used to know

    So we talk till we're sick
    Seventeen went far too quick
    And when my mind plays tricks
    I have to go

    I remember T-shirt weather
    I remember some days
    We were singing our lungs out
    in the backseat together
    And the seatbelts were burning our fingers
    In the T-shirt weather
    I remember sleeping till the early afternoon

    It's going to be ok
    It's going to be ok
    It's going to be ok
    It's going to be ok
    It's going to be ok
    It's going to be ok

    I remember T-shirt weather
    I remember some days
    We were singing our lungs out
    in the backseat together
    And the seatbelts were burning our fingers
    In the T-shirt weather
    (Yeah) In the T-shirt weather
    (Yeah) In the T-shirt weather
    In the T-shirt weather Writer/s: KIERAN SHUDALL
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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