Bloc Party. Lyrics
12. Letter To My Son
I found myself at the point where we kissed first on a rooftop overlooking the East London mosque They said, they said, they said, they said You can't go around breaking young girl's hearts I say, I say, I say, I say, keep it casual,easy,babe And you looked so right in that red dress Oh, how'd I'd love to be a rock for you To be anything you could rely on So I'll, I'll try, I'll try, I'll try But I'll get caught out So we'll try, we'll try, we'll try, we'll try But we forget the lines, forget the lines And you looked so wonderful in the back of the car Like you could start a hundred wars See what trouble we could both cause By the bedroom door, the kitchen floor I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried I'll leave it unto them to be a father to a son I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried Forgive me autumn, forgive me autumn, Forgive me autumn, forgive me autumn Forgive me autumn
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