October

October
Music: Grace McDunnough
Lyrics: Salome Strangelove

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Sunstreaks on the ceiling
The morning’s not quite dawn
And I don’t have to move to miss you
You left your creamer on the counter
The cats took care of that
Yeah, I’m a little moody
Maybe it’s just the cold
But I’ve never liked October

No, I wasn’t waiting by the phone
It’s just warmer in your chair
How’s work?
How’s the weather?
How’s my girl?

I know I need a hobby
But it takes more than crossword puzzle books
To keep you off my mind
I’m ordering some take out
And wearing your old t-shirts
Yeah, I’m a little shaky
Maybe it’s just the wind
But I’ve never liked October

No, I wasn’t waiting by the phone
It’s just warmer in your chair
How’s work?
How’s the weather?
How’s my girl?

I swore I’d never be this type
It’s not like I’ve never been alone
But those were on nights before I found you
Three more days
Not that I’m counting

No, I wasn’t waiting by the phone
It’s just warmer in your chair
How’s work?
How’s the weather?
How’s my girl?

Yeah, so I’m waiting by the phone
It’s warmer in your chair
I never liked October

No, I wasn’t waiting by the phone
It’s just warmer in your chair
Baby, I never liked October

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