The Girl in the Leather Jacket

December 17, 2007
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You were the boy that made coffee, only drinking it black.
The boy that would smoke a pack
You were the boy that took me on dates
The boy that could read me, for when I spoke you’d annotate
You were the boy that wore tight jeans
The boy who hoped to date a model in the Hollywood scene

But I was the girl in the leather jacket

You were the boy who sang with his guitar
The boy that was the most impressing by far
You were the boy who liked to drink
The boy who made my heart sink
You were the boy lost in my eyes
The boy who made those eyes cry

But I was the girl in the leather jacket

You were the boy who wrote words in rhyme
The boy with a musical mind
You were the boy who held my hand
The boy who sang in a rock band
You were the boy who had a faux-hawk
The boy who I’d go to, to have deep talks

I was the girl in the leather jacket
Who to you was once much more.





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