Have a cigarette with me.
Light it up the same way your name lights up my face.
Let’s sit outside on a park bench
In the dead of night
The same park we spent so many nights talking.
What were we talking about?
Do you remember?
Do you remember those nights?
We talked about what we like and don’t like.
What kind of dog we would have
And how you love that I dress all in black.
How people didn’t think we would last
But in our heart of hearts we thought we would.
Was it you that changed or was it I?
Maybe it was both.
Yeah, I think it was.
You don’t complete me
I don’t complete you
But together, we made something better,
Bigger, than the both of us.
Maybe we didn’t change.
Maybe it’s the distance.
Yeah, that’s it.
The distance changed.
We didn’t grow apart,
We got torn apart.
The life we created for ourselves,
Ripped right out from underneath us.
The days of Mario Kart and record store adventures turned into memories.
I hope you still remember them.
How could you forget them?
A little taste of happiness that will last a lifetime.
Oh god, was I happy.
Knowing I got to see your face
Hear your voice
Lose myself in your kiss
Smile for no reason.
No reason at all.
Oh how I miss that.
Please, sit down and have a cigarette with me.
We can reminisce about everything we did together.
Dream about everything we want to do together.
If you still want to do it together.
I do, if that matters.
Sit down and have a cigarette with me.
We don’t have to talk.
We can appreciate each other’s company
Like we did so many other times.
I’ll look at you while you gaze at the stars.
You’ll turn to do the same,
Only I’ll be gazing at the moon.
That sums us up though.
You were always looking at the stars
And I was always looking at the moon.