Sunflowers in the tall grass,
We were born to thrive but not born to last, and
I've been sleeping the rainy months away.
Longer days than there'll ever be,
So don't just say you'll be missing me
Don't think I'll ever stop this wandering

(‘Cause) I’m going home for a little while
An American summer is dancing in the wind and
I've got the feeling it's time to fall in love,
To fall in love again.

Cobblestones in a red town,
Girls driving the highway, singing with their hair down
I’m lost in thought with no hope to be found,
Yeah, no hope to be found

‘Cause I’m going home for, a little while
An American summer is dancing in the wind and
I've got the feeling it's time to fall in love, to fall in love,
‘Cause I’m going home, back where I came from,
An American summer is dancing in the wind and
I've got the feeling it's time to fall in love

I still believe in this place,
I still recall the light on your face,
What I wouldn’t give for one more day

Down your street the visions came,
They were rising up from the city drains
Don't touch a thing, just let it be
I'd rather it remember you, rather it remember me.

‘Cause I’m going home for, a little while
An American summer is dancing in the wind and
I've got the feeling it's time to fall in love, to fall in love,
‘Cause I’m going home, back where I came from,
An American summer is dancing in the wind and
I've got the feeling it's time to fall in love,
To fall in love again.
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American Summer Lyrics

Andrew London – American Summer Lyrics