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Sunburn lyrics - Steve Forde

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I met her at the bare foot bar where the back deck meets the sand, I was working on my third beer, she was working on her tan
She had time off from college a beach house on her daddy’s dine
I was fresh in from the country wile and green as it cuts too fine
The minute she walked up and asked my name
I knew I’d never be the same

I still think of her
On days like this
Our first kiss that last touch dancing on the beach
All those memories, are so bitter sweet
Makes me smile to think how much I love her
And it hurts just like the first sunburn of summer

I haven’t been back here in years, this place sure has changed that old bar got blown away in last years hurricane there’s a
high rise hotel going up where her beach house used to be
But when I breathe in that ocean air, I can feel her next to me
I guess part of me just never let her go
But for what it’s worth I’d love to let her know

I still think of her
On days like this
Our first kiss that last touch dancing on the beach
All those memories, are so bitter sweet
Makes me smile to think how much I love her
And it hurts just like the first sunburn of summer

And I still think of her
On days like this
Our first kiss that last touch dancing on the beach
All those memories, are so bitter sweet
Makes me smile to think how much I love her
And it hurts just like the first sunburn, of summer

[Thanks to Alison for lyrics]




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