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Punks in July
(Christoph Endres)

It was a summers day
The smell of cheap wine in the air
There was a sound of a guitar.
Tonight I wonder where you are

A trick of memory
White rabbits drowning in the sea
There is a sound, but it is far
Tonight I wonder where you are

I'd tell your story, If I knew
the smell of beach and a cartoon
the world was ours and it was new
the world was mine and it was you

You are in every thought
in every book I ever bought
a stranger comes, I feel his skin
I always wonder where I've been

It's a long time ago
just what old ghosts been waiting for
I'm sitting here, whisper your name
Tonight I wonder where I am

I'd tell your story, If I knew
the smell of beach and a cartoon
the world was ours and it was new
the world was mine and it was you

To write a song without a voice
just to distinguish from the noise
To whisper, shy, without a sound,
expecting words I never found

I'd tell your story, If I knew
the smell of beach and a cartoon
the world was ours and it was new
the world was mine and it was you