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Fountains of Wayne

It must be summer
'Cause the days are long
And I dial your number
But you're gone, gone, gone
I'd set out searching
But the car won't start
And it must be summer
'Cause I'm falling apart

I try your sister
On the Jersey Shore
She said you might be stopping by
But she's not sure
So I call your mother
On Long Island Sound
She said it must be summer
'Cause you're never around

And the sun is beating me senseless
I feel defenseless like a dying lamb
I don't wan't to lie by the oceanside
Don't want to play in the sand
Can't you understand?
Can't you understand?

It must be summer
'Cause the streets are bare
And I try your number
But you're just not there
And the sun keeps shining
'Til it's dead and gone
And it must be summer
'Cause I can't go on

And the sun is beating me senseless
I feel defenseless like a dying lamb
I don't wan't to lie by the oceanside
Don't want to play in the sand
Can't you understand?
Can't you understand?

Written by SCHLESINGER, ADAM L. / COLLINGWOOD, CHRIS
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing

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