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Domestic Problems – Summer In The Sandbox lyrics

I was three and she was four; we were so in love
It was Saturday, the scene was the sandbox
She gave me a gentle shove
She said, "excuse me, can i borrow your shovel and your pail?"
When I turned around I saw this beautiful vision in pigtails

It was a summer in the sandbox,
An older woman, I remember her

I was four and she was five; we were serious
Oh, so serious
We were finally sharing our sandbox toys
All the other kids were talking making love gossip noise
We didn't even care; we were way, way too much in love

It was a summer in the sandbox,
An older woman, I remember her

I was feeling shaky about the way that I felt
I was blinded by love, she made my heart melt
I caught her walking to preschool with another guy
I wet my pants and I started to cry

Whooooa

Summer in the, summer in the, summer in the, (repeat)
I remember, I remember her
Summer in the, summer in the, summer in the, (repeat)
I remember, I remember her
I remember her I do
And I always will
And I hope and I pray
That some day she says she loves me
Cause I sure love her



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/d/domestic_problems/summer_in_the_sandbox.html

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