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Music: Andrey Kovalev
Lyrics: Andrey Kovalev

How we broke up every Monday
Made it on Sundays, then we would drive across the city
Around and around and it still makes me feel
Like it was unreal

And we used to wait for every sunset
She said and I said we’d be forever young and pretty
But one thing I can’t understand
Is just why didn’t we pretend
That summer would never end

She said that it was wrong, she said that it was wrong
We really should’ve known, really should’ve have known
Who we were and we are
I swear I didn’t know it would go that far, oh oh

Was begging on my knees, begging on my knees
To leave it as it is, leave it as it is
Just one look and one touch
She could disagree, but I loved so much how we

How we broke up every Monday
Made it on Sundays, then we would drive across the city
Around and around and it still makes me feel
Like it was unreal

And we used to wait for every sunset
She said and I said we’d be forever young and pretty
But one thing I can’t understand
Is just why didn’t we pretend
That summer would never end

She said that it was good, she said that it was good
I never understood, never understood
No one knew what or how it was getting cold
Summer’s over now, oh oh

We played it for pretense, played it just for pretense
A love without defence, love without defence
Just one look and one touch I could disagree
But I miss so much how we

How we broke up every Monday
Made it on Sundays, then we would drive across the city
Around and around and it still makes me feel
Like it was unreal

And we used to wait for every sunset
She said and I said we’d be forever young and pretty
But one thing I can’t understand
Is just why didn’t we pretend
That summer would never end

Wish I could pretend
But one thing I can’t understand
Is just why didn’t we pretend
That summer would never end

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