I'll never know your name

 

Buried my lover in the spring street station
hailing from the southern states

met in the warmth of the subway car

I forgot to get off the train

talking to much we got carried away

nothing could have pulled me back

‘cause you’re leaving out now to the fashion week crowds

where they tell you all the things that you lack

so you spend more money

 

I’ll never know your name

 

When I was a boy papa played cassettes

and he only wore second hand shoes

there was a speaker in the living room

singing don’t think twice to you

I’m not the kind of guy to be polite

when I really don’t need to

when you living your life as a vagabond

there’s some people you got to choose

now I’m tangled up in you

 

I’ll never know your name

I remember eyes light up like Santa Monica pier

I’ll never know your name

My My My

times like these they come like California rain

I’ll never know your name

 

Having something to prove can take so long

when you finally make the choice to be alone

living your life walking down a one way road

'cause you can't buy your courage from the grocery store

 

I’ll never know your name

I remember eyes so bright

I’ll never know your name

My My My

times like these they come like California rain

 

I’ll never know your name

I remember eyes, I remember eyes

I’ll never know your name

My My My

times like these, oh times like these