All These Hellos

Album: All These Hellos (2018)
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  • Meet me at the summer house
    Just the way you always did
    I'll hang your clothes
    On a fishing pole
    Like I did when we were kids

    Dusty cabin on the lake
    Racing to jump off the pier
    All grown and still
    Feel so young inside
    All these hellos
    Sounding like goodbyes

    I'll see you
    In the summer
    I'll see you
    In the sun
    In the shadow
    Of tall trees
    You'll find me

    Meet me at the summer house
    Sheets for curtains hide the sun
    Laughter in the walls
    No one left around
    Sometimes I wanna burn
    This whole place down

    I'll see you
    In the summer
    I'll see you
    In the sun
    In the shadow
    Of tall trees
    You'll find me

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