When Summer Finally Dies

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So much is changing, but I won't cry when summer finally dies.
It's such a comfort, when leaves drift down.
It's like a blanket for my town.

Yeah, the fall's my time.
Other countries may not get that line.

It's such a great thing not to have to run.
Our awful A/C all night long.
Or to wear my jacket for the first time
Since March's brisk, overcast clime.

Yeah, the fall's my time.
Other countries may not get that line.

One Halloween, when I was a crazed teenager, I was dressed up like Al Roker and I kept interrupting people.
But I never dressed as anything so scary as when I took a clock with me and I dressed up just like Flavor Flav.

So much is changing, but I won't cry when summer finally dies.
It's such a comfort, when leaves drift down.
It's like a blanket for my town.

Yeah, the fall's my time.
Other countries may not get that line.

One Halloween, when I was a mild-mannered child, I was dressed up like Oscar Wilde and absolutely no one got it.
But I never dressed as anything so scary as when I took a clock with me and I dressed up just like Flavor Flav.

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from A Year With The Very Most, released January 22, 2010
Jake Hite - drums, Zach Von House - bass, Gia Trotter - vocal, Karen Jarboe Singletary - clarinet

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We're an indiepop band from Boise, Idaho. Some folks think we're neat.

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