New York Summer – Louisa Melcher
Genre Pop

LYRIC
New York Summer

Verse 1

We're eating cold Chinese food
Playing kids' games in Central Park
And I know our days are numbered
But we're laughing in the dark

Chorus

And I'll miss those nights dancing in the middle of the street
And I'll hold on tight if I thought we had a chance of keeping in the heat
And in a different city we would make it through the fall
But it's New York in September and I think we've lost it all

Verse 2

It's a lifetime in one hot Manhattan summer
It's the view from a fire escape
I'm scared to livе but I'm scared to stay
When this heat wavе finally breaks

Bridge

And we're fighting in the grocery store
And I love you but I don't know if I like you anymore
And we're running through the city in an August thunderstorm
And you drive me fucking crazy but at least I'm never bored
In a world of endless summers you be mine and I'd be yours
But the sidewalk's cooling down now that was summer in New York [in New York]

Chorus

And I miss those nights dancing in the middle of the street
And I'd hold on tight if we had another chance of keeping in the heat
In a different city we might have made it through the fall
But it was New York in September and the writing's on the wall
It was New York in September when we had and lost it all [Yeah you said]

Outro

You said you would keep me warm but now I'm pulling on a sweater
But I've never known a colder month than New York that September
Yeah, I've never known a colder month than New York that September

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