I Lost Your Face in the Summer

I lost your face

In the summer

Must have been all the sun

Or that smile.

You knocked my heart out

With that first grin

Boy, bring back that part of me

That made me safe

And kept the kids like you away

Those walls that I hide in

You knocked them down

The Plain Jane

My face doesn’t mean anything

My fervor replaced with an

Ordinary-faced, careless girl.

I’d hold you up

But you’ll just let me down.

Let me fix what was never broken

And we’ll make believe

I don’t worry about every little thing

I’m sorry.

I’m sorry.

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