Friday, July 12, 2019

Rah Rah • Good Winter • 2014



We never go drunk tobogganin' anymore
I'm still a man, but gettin' home
and passin' out on the floor
We used to wake up every mornin' so sore
and then we meet up for brunch
at a quarter til' four
I remember we were datin' those two friends
even though we were both really in love
with just the one of them
We're sayin' "parents" like I'd never done before
We meet up to start drinkin'
like it was a chore
And darlin', I don't intend to live in the past
And I'm hopin' this notalgia will eventually pass
It's so strange how certain memories
they just last, they just last, they just last
That was a good winter
That was a good winter
We used to go skatin' every other day
Slap in time to chatter
I was Lefleurs, you were Messier
Then we would all huddle close in the bars
Stay til' closin'
then get back in our cars
And darlin, ain't it crazy just how fast
the moments of your life become your past
and it's so strange how certain memories
they just last, they just last, they just last
That was a good winter
That was a good winter
I haven't seen that old gang in a while
But I don't really need to
I've got a new life now
I work on my songs and I love my girl
Still slam a few cold ones on a Tuesday
after a curl!
That was a good winter (that was a good winter)
That was a good winter (that was a good winter)

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