Next door

from by Annie Blackman

/

lyrics

Playing it cool
Cover my mouth when I’m laughing
One week till school starts
And you poetry isn’t about me

Burn all the rules
None of them seem to apply
Too young to be jaded
And too old to be batting my eyes

And I can’t imagine kissing you
Cause I don’t know what you’d look like right before
You’re nothing near what I’m used to
I’ll never be the girl next door

I had a dream
We were lying out next to a tennis court under a tree
You told me that you liked my hands
I’ve been told i have nice hands

And I can’t imagine kissing you
Cause I don’t know what you’d look like right before
You’re nothing near what I’m used to
I’ll never be the girl next door

And I won’t write it down
And I won’t say it outloud

And I can’t imagine kissing you
Cause I don’t know what you’d look like right before
You’re nothing near what I’m used to
I’ll never be the girl next door

credits

from Blue Green, released June 2, 2016

tags

license

all rights reserved

feeds

feeds for this album, this artist

about

Annie Blackman New Jersey

contact / help

Contact Annie Blackman

Streaming and
Download help