Who Sang Indian Summer? Sunday's Best

Release information
Release Date: 2000-10-24
Genre: Rock
Style: Emo
length: 3:19
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Lyrics
I can't believe he's such a sore loser,
"maybe someday you'll learn that 'coffee is for closers.'"
Raise up the glass and toast the motherf---er,
"just move along."

How did you get that brusie up on your shoulder?
You are so "Sisyphus." Just pushing on your boulder.
Someday you'll take a break.
When you're older you just move along.

I had a dream her teeth were butter-colored
and they crumbled to dust as she kissed her former lover.
So I severed his hands and glued them to her Mother.
Just glued them on.

Just what is it about Indian Summer?
Makes a promise, then steals the chance of gentle winter.
Maybe I'm just a sucker for the colors
that just move along?

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 The Hardest Part
  • 2 Bruise Blue
  • 3 White Picket Fences
  • 4 Saccharine
  • 5 Indian Summer
  • 6 When Is Pearl Harbor Day?
  • 7 In Beats Like Trains
  • 8 Looks Like a Mess
  • 9 Winter-Owned
  • 10 Congratulations

  • Release information
    label: Polyvinyl
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin