Once Upon A Summertime

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Once Upon A Summertime

A summer night on your roof Somebody set the stars loose You brought a blanket I brought strawberry wine We waited on the sky Dusk, on the fourth of July You kept my hands from crossing the line And when, the fireworks exploded That night it was recorded like a movie I play it back in my mind Hey, I wrote this song to thank you For a sacred night that rang true Once upon a summertime The sky turned to flame I carved our names Beneath the magnolia I told you my heart Wouldn't change Do your eyes still shine? Like it's summertime At the drive-in we'd meet In the Buick's back seat And find the cracker jack prize in the dark Back home, your father would come out He'd say, "What was the movie about?" I said, "A ghost". You said, "A great white shark." Did I dream you like some vision? You moved me like religion Like a prophet, I said, "You'll be mine" I was singing halleluiah Ain't love so peculiar? When spring gives into summertime? How how could I lose? How could you refuse? After the very first time Everything changes Everything changes

Liner Notes

Label: Black Wolf

Release Date: Jan 12, 2010

ISRC: USGCV0990110