Summer Skies

by Mehkare Skye
(Frederick, MD)

This has nothing to do with the song

This has nothing to do with the song

Winter's close you said,
The words you tend to shed,
As if they could be read, Again.
Summer leave like dawn,
The flowers on the lawn,
Will soon be dead and gone, Again.

You told me it's fine to stay,
But you wish I'd go away,
As if it's safe to say,
That I'm fine.
Well It's lie.

And there's a light you should know,
So please don't treat me like you need to go,
You said "I'd be happier at home."
But you are my home and I'll be alone,
If you make me say goodbye,
I look into your eyes,
Don't make me say goodbye,
To summer skies.
Summer skies.

The leaves they fall like knifes,
Well I'm glad to be alive,
Though I am dying inside, Again.
Stories they proceed to tell,
Of the roots they ought to sell,
When they hear the bell, Again.

You told me it's fine to stay,
But you wish I'd go away,
As if it's safe to say,
That I'm fine.
Well It's lie.

And there's a light you should know,
So please don't treat me like you need to go,
You said "I'd be happier at home."
But you are my home and I'll be alone,
If you make me say goodbye,
I look into your eyes,
Don't make me say goodbye,
To summer skies.
Summer skies.
(oh-woah)

The places I have been,
The love I held within,
The story starts again,
But this time,
There is a happy ending.

And there's a light you should know,
So please don't treat me like you need to go,
You said "I'd be happier at home."
But you are my home and I'll be alone,
If you make me say goodbye,
I look into your eyes,
Don't make me say goodbye,
To summer skies.
Summer skies.
Summer skies.
Summer skies.
Don't make me say goodbye.
To these summer skies.

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