“Sometimes I think I was born backwards, you know, come out my mum the wrong way. I hear words come pass me backwards. The people I should love, I hate. And the people I hate…”— Effy Stonem (Kaya Scodelario), SKINS (via someseriousmindfuck)
Come by when you get off work I’ll be sitting around doing nothing Let’s wait until the sun goes down Then we’ll drive off deep into the night Don’t care where we’re going As long as I’m going with you
The summer swells in us With the heat comes a new kind of wanting Cool nights never cooled us off Lay around wait for something to happen
But it’s three lonely figures A bedroom, a basement, she’s scared Which one is sleeping and which one is lying awake? Yeah, which one is sleeping and which one is lying about it?
Afternoon drags on and on Movie nights that never end We can hang out all night long Lay in bed and talk to a good friend Because we only get older And we’ll probably forget what it’s like
The university is quiet today Didn’t clean, we just talked in the bathroom The girl always gets in the way Ruined friendships, but others replace them These opinions are poison Been drinking them all of my life Can never replace you Could never forget what it’s like
Step out on a moonlit roof The radio leads a feel good revolution Cigarettes and my closest friends Tell myself that I have to remember this Remember this Tell myself that I’ve got to remember this, remember Tell myself that I’ve got to remember this, remember this To remember this