Drowsy / Too Young To Say Good Night

Jay Jay Johanson


Drowsy on a subway train
I can hear you call my name
Is it my imagination?

Then like through a misty haze
I can see the cutest face
Yawning when I exit on my station

Home to me or home to you?
It doesn't matter, you can choose
We drag ourselves through darkness
This town is asleep

It's not cold, it's not warm
We're not hungry anymore
And nothing can disturb us
We're busy like this

I know we should be sleeping
But we're much too young to say good night
I guess I should be leaving
But we're too in love to say goodbye

Dancing barefoot on broken glass
Contemplating modern jazz
Smoking by the open window
Throw the alarm clock off the roof

Soon the dawn will bring this quiet
Situation back to life
Let this moment linger on
Forever's not enough

I know we should be sleeping
But we're much too young to say good night
I guess I should be leaving
But we're too in love to say goodbye

It would be so fine
One more glass of wine
Her unkempt hair tangled in mine
Sinking deeper, climbing higher
I see the trembling in your eyes

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