The Dangerous Summer — Catholic Girls lyrics

Even with the walls around me,
I'll always miss the place where I grew up.
It made us tough.

Simple love and wealthy families;
Suicides of kids that died too young.
It broke us up.

And I remember laughing when we caught up;
Asking if that was still a part of me.
It's still a part of me.
At night we used to drive, until we couldn't.
All that we wanted was some company.
And it was comforting.

We'll all carry on into the world.

Innocence was hard to stand by
Even with those Catholic girls we loved;
When they gave it up.
Life goes on.

But I remember laughing when we caught up;
Asking if that was still a part of me.
It's still a part of me.
At night we used to drive, until we couldn't.
All that we wanted was some company.
And it was comforting.

Visit with the Virden family;
Step inside the house I first felt love.
I earned that cut.
And Lorainn, I know you're out there,
Watching us continue to grow up.
You gave too much.
Your life goes on.

And I remember laughing when we caught up;
Asking if that was still a part of me.
I'ts still a part of me.
At night we used to drive, until we couldn't.
All that we wanted was some company.
And it was comforting.

At night we used to drive, until we couldn't.
All that we wanted was some company.
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Songwriters: ANDREW PERDOMO, CODY PAYNE, MATTHEW KENNEDY, ROBERT CATO
Catholic Girls lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.