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The Wonder Years – Hoodie Weather lyrics
It smells like it should be snowing
And I've been frequenting a diner on Main Street
Where the waitresses are girls that graduated with me
Have problems with oxy and can't recall what I had to drink

No one knows where they're going
They just know they want out of here badly
Like cigarettes dropped on a highway
They smash and scatter and and burn out
Somewhere else without knowing

I've got my grandmother's veins in the back of my hands
And just a hint of a South Philly accent
I was born here (I'll probably die here)
Let's go home

This town's got lies to tell
I'll wait around to hear you out
But I can't keep from digging up these bones forever
At least for now, I'll settle down
I'll try to find some solid ground
I lost my footing trying to get home last winter

The kids in the graduating class
Have got their eyes set west and California on their lips
But I left some blood there that I'm never getting back
Rocky's in the Deep South, I don't think he's coming back now
It's sinister,, but it's how life worked out

I've got my grandmother's veins in the back of my hands
And just a hint of a South Philly accent
I was born here (I'll probably die here)
Let's go home

This town's got lies to tell
I'll wait around to hear you out
But I can't keep from digging up these bones forever
At least for now, I'll settle down
I'll try to find some solid ground
I lost my footing trying to get home last winter

Growing up means watching my heroes turn human in front of me
The songs we wrote at eighteen seem shortsighted and naive
So when the weather breaks, I'll pull my hoodie up over my face
I won't run away, run away
'Cause as fucked as this place got, it made me me

This town's got lies to tell
I'll wait around to hear you out
But I can't keep from digging up these bones forever
At least for now, I'll settle down
I'll try to find some solid ground
I lost my footing trying to get home last winter
This town's got lies to tell
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