Hello Summer

Album: I Don't Believe We've Met (2017)
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  • He pulled into that parking lot with them out-of-state tags
    I fell in love before he unpacked his bags
    One look, one smile, one what's your name?
    One whatcha doing later, wanna grab a drink?

    And it was hello summer, goodbye to my heart
    Blue skies and blue eyes are a hell of a way to start
    Letting it go would be the hardest part
    Hello summer, goodbye to my heart
    To my heart

    Who knew that one drink would turn into five?
    Crazy how June burns into July
    Trying to keep September from creeping in my head
    But I knew what I was getting into the minute that I said

    Hello summer, goodbye to my heart
    Blue skies and blue eyes are a hell of a way to start
    Letting it go would be the hardest part
    Hello summer, goodbye to my heart

    Yeah, he packed his bags, filled his tank of gas
    Man, it went by so fast
    Too good to last, yeah, just like that

    It was goodbye summer, you tore me apart
    Blue eyes and blue skies fade into the dark
    Letting it go is the hardest part
    Hello summer, goodbye to my broken heart
    To my broken heart
    To my broken heart
    To my broken heart

    Hello summer
    Goodbye summer Writer/s: Jaren Johnston, Julian C. Bunetta, Thomas Rhett Jr. Akins, Thomas Rhett Sr. Akins
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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