End of the Summer

Album: Scars & Souvenirs (2008)
  • Here we are
    At the end
    Say goodbye to all your friends
    Here we go watching the sun go 'round
    Sitting on a rooftop making time stop
    I never wanna come back down, never wanna come down

    It's the end of the summer
    It's the end of it all
    Those days are gone, it's over now were moving on
    It's the end of the summer
    But we'll see it all again
    So hold on 'till this moment 'till then
    It's the end of the summer

    Here we stand
    In the middle of an empty street
    Tell me where you wanna go
    I''ll tell you that's where I wanna be
    Say goodbye to the warm breeze
    We could be almost anywhere
    I'll miss you 'till the next time
    I hope I see you there
    I hope I see you back here.

    It's the end of the summer
    It's the end of it all
    Those days are gone, it's over now were moving on
    It's the end of the summer
    But we'll see it all again
    So hold on 'till this moment 'till then
    It's the end of the summer

    It's the end of the summer
    End of the summer

    Ride's almost over
    It's getting colder
    Take one last look
    Before it passes by, before it passes you by

    It's the end of the summer
    It's the end of it all
    Those days are gone, it's over now were moving on
    It's the end of the summer
    But we'll see it all again
    So hold on 'till this moment 'till then
    It's the end of the summer

    It's the end of the summer
    It's the end of it all
    Those days are gone, it's over now were moving on
    It's the end of the summer
    But we'll see it all again
    So hold on 'till this moment 'till then
    It's the end of the summer Writer/s: ZAC MALOY, TYLER CONNOLLY, DAVID BRENNER, DEAN BACK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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