Remembering Sunday



Woke up from dreaming and put on his shoesStarting making his way past 2 in the morningHe hasn't been sober for days
Leaning out into the breezeRemembering Sunday, he falls to his kneesThey had breakfast togetherBut two eggs don't lastLike the feeling of what he needs
Now this place is familiar to himShe pulls on his hand with a devilish grinShe led him upstairs, she led him upstairsLeft him dying to get in
Forgive me, I'm trying to findMy calling, I'm calling at nightI don't mean to be a bother,But have you seen this girl?She's been running through my dreamsAnd it's driving me crazy, it seemsI'm going to ask her to marry me
Even though she doesn't believe in love,He's determined to call her bluffWho could deny these butterflies?They're filling his gut
Waking the neighbors, unfamiliar facesHe pleads though he triesBut he's only deniedNow he's dying to get inside
Forgive me, I'm trying to findMy calling, I'm calling at nightI don't mean to be a bother,But have you seen this girl?She's been running through my dreamsAnd it's driving me crazy, it seemsI'm going to ask her to marry me
The neighbors said she moved awayFunny how it rained all dayI didn't think much of it thenBut it's starting to all make senseOh, I can see now that all of these cloudsAre following me in my desperate endeavorTo find my whoever, wherever she may be
[Juliet Simms:]I'm not coming back, I've done something so terribleI'm terrified to speak, but you'd expect that from meI'm mixed up, I'll be blunt; now the rain isWashing you out of my hair and out of my mindKeeping an eye on the world,So many thousands of feet off the groundI'm over you now I'm at home in the cloudsTowering over your head
[Alex Gaskarth:]I guess I'll go home nowI guess I'll go home nowI guess I'll go home nowI guess I'll go home