Adam Avery

Adam Avery

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Pop - General | Williston, Vermont, United States
Total Song Plays: 15,916   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 9/21/2019

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Lyrics

Summertime
Adam Avery & Claire Ulanoff

Verse 1
There's a frost still on the windshield when you drop me off at work
With a thermos full of coffee and a goodbye kiss
Well I forgot my gloves again, should of wore an extra shirt
I'm still tryin' to get used to how cold Denver is (but)

Pre-Chorus 1
I don't miss the sun down south
What we once called home
Cause when I hold you in my arms girl, all I know (is)

Chorus
You feel like summertime (2x's)

Verse 2
When we moved here in September the tress were red & gold
Guess I didn't think bout how the winter winds would freeze
Now every night we're rubbin' noses, kissin' like eskimos
I could learn to love a blizzard, long as you're with me

Pre-Chorus 2
Those wooly socks you bought me
We can give 'em to someone else
Cause when it's 2 below, I think of you and I melt (cause)

Bridge
Your eyes are like the ocean n' they sparkle when you laugh
You're like picnic suppers after church, blankets on the grass
Layin' down to watch the fireflies dance

Outro
You feel like summertime
Like a warm honey wine
Sweet tea on a Sat'day night
You feel like summertime

Song Length
2:46
Genres
Country - General, Country - Bluegrass
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Delightful

Subject Matter
Happiness, Laugh, Smile

Similar Artist
Sugarland
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Adam Avery & Claire Ulanoff
Music Credits Adam Avery & Claire Ulanoff
Producer Credits Bobby King
Performance Credits Adam Avery