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Lisa Mitchell Lyrics
"The Boys"

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The wind blows my hair across my face
There's a kid on his skateboard in the Manly sun
We're driving down the avenue, past all the big houses
And there's something about these streets
And the way you wear your heart on your sleeve
And down below I see the aquamarine
I think that I'm beginning to care
I think that I'm beginning to care

Oh, the boys, the boys driving the cars
Oh, the boys, the boys driving in cars
With the boys, the boys driving the cars
With the boys

The boys buy a case, and we sit in the backyard
Our hair and our skin's all salty and starched
The air is soft and reminds me of ending days
I think that I'm beginning to care
I think that I'm beginning to care

(x2)
Oh, the boys, the boys driving the cars
Oh, the boys, the boys driving in cars
With the boys, the boys driving the cars
With the boys

Stay with me
Stay a while
Stay with me
Stay a while

I think that your love is making me nervous
The way your eyes hold me standing backstage
I'll find my way from the old road but I don't know when
I think that I'm beginning to care

(x2)
Oh, the boys, the boys driving the cars
Oh, the boys, the boys driving in cars
With the boys, the boys driving the cars
With the boys

I think that I'm beginning to care
I think that I'm beginning to care
I think that I'm beginning to care
I think that I'm beginning to care