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  1. November
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Lyrics

On the corner by the church, I can hear the women curse
as they talk about the daffodils
in Miss Carolyn’s front yard

Down in the parking lot, out in the back,
the men in their suits are splitting a pack And I know, come next Sunday,
they’ll be saying Hail Marys for that

There was a time
There was a time
There was a time that now I can hardly remember
all’s I know it was early November
the time that I swore I would always come back to you

Girls chasing boys chasing boys chasing girls
The Stevenson twins pulling Anabelle’s curls
And Dad told me that means that really they want something more
Falling in leaves, pushing and shoving
Mud on our sleeves, grass stains and tights running
I ruined my outfit
and Mom wasn’t happy with that

There was a time
There was a time
There was a time that now I can hardly remember
all’s I know it was early November
the time that I swore I would always come back to you

And I know that I swore,
but I can’t get there anymore
It just doesn’t feel the same

But there was a time
There was a time
There was a time that now I can hardly remember
all’s I know it was early November
the time that I swore I would always come back to you