Geographer – Summer Of My Discontentment Lyrics

Geographer – Summer Of My Discontentment Lyrics

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[Verse 1]
I remember riding
Singing along to "Last Goodbye" Again
Following the silence
Drowning it out with our own sound
Just like a haunting
Trying to preserve the love we found
In the summer of my discontentment

Oh in the summer of my discontentment

[Verse 2]
Our summer had a violence
Our summer had a sunlight in my eyes
Cold like a blindness
They lit the fire
But it burned in my mind
Tried to be honest
Reaching out for the weight
That takes all our lives

Oh in the summer of my discontentment
Oh in the summer of my discontentment
Oh in the summer of my discontentment

[Verse 3]
I remember fighting
Fighting for the right to feel their love
Everywhere a sign sayin'
Look all you want but you can’t ever touch
Mourn the loss nightly
The things that we knife out

Whatever happened on the way?
You were a star
Oh in the summer of my discontentment

[Verse 4]
Now all I have are numbers
And I only ever call a few
Some went to college
Some stayed behind
And still paying their dues
Now I'm listening to Grace alone
With the windows up and no place to go
(Can't forget it all)

I want it all
I want it all
I want it all
I want it all

[Verse 5]
I left it in the back of the car
In the parking lot
At the kitchen table
In the shopping malls
And then you see it in
The [?]
Or in the backyards
The [?]
And I have its cards

Whatever happened on the way?
You were a star
Oh in the summer of my discontentment

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