Someday, I'm gonna live In your house up on the hill And when your skinhead neighbor goes missing I'll plant a garden in the yard, then They're gluing in roses on a flatbed You should see it I mean thousands I grew up here till it all went up in flames Except the notches and the door frames
I don't know when you got taller See your reflection in the water Off the bridge at the Huntington I hopped the fence when I was seventeen Then I knew What I wanted
And when I grow up I'm gonna look up from my phone and see my life And it's gonna be just like My recurring dream I'm at the movies I don't remember what I'm seeing The screen turns in to a tidal wave Then it's a dorm room Like a hedge maze And when I find you, you touch my leg And I insist But I wake up before we do it
I don't know how but I'm taller It must be something in the water Everything's growing in our garden You don't have to know that it's haunted
The doctor put her hands over my liver And she told me my resentments getting smaller No I'm not afraid of hard work And I did everything I want I have everything I wanted
Writer/s: Christian Lee Hutson, Marshall Vore, Phoebe Bridgers
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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