V1 She’s like the summer sun, when all I’ve seen is rain. She’s like that song I sing, but can never find the name. Well she laughs like her mama, has a fire like her dad. She wins every game we play, somedays makes me so damn mad.
Pre-chorus That’s why I’m callin’ a
Chorus Search and rescue where I can’t see. Love, you carry me over, under love, push me, ‘til you drown me. Search and rescue, she’s got me helpless. Search and rescue, she’s holdin’ my chin up.
V2 Well, on our first date, she wore this little black dress. I loved the way she moved, elegant across that dance floor. I felt the way she soothed my soul, like that summer sun.
Bridge Nobody said love was easy, we got the time, baby, we’ll make it out. My momma said, “love wasn’t easy, you’ll know the signs, son, you’ll shake it out.” Cause there’s a new day tomorrow, to wash away everything. There’s a new day tomorrow, to rescue anything.
Pretty sure you've always wanted to see me naked.. Well.. I'm feeling pretty adventurous today so go to datelink3[dot]com (switch [dot] with .) then sign up and find my profile under the username 'lolsummer69'. I hid my face in the pictures. but I want you to guess who I am and then hit me up on Facebook lol. Good luck.
Even though I only have 1 part of my bday present, I am already planning sweet, sweet, and glorious revenge for your birthday. Prepare to be amazed, dazzled, embarrassed, astonished, and surprised. >: )
no no, your birthday present part 2 is the best part. i just need to pay back my speeding ticket so I can have money to blow on it. It’s something you’re gonna use almost every day. I just know it :)
“We had never thought of that which we did. We bent to raise the Golden One to their feet, but when we touched them, it was as if madness Had stricken us. We seized their body and we pressed our lips to theirs. The Golden One breathed once, and their breath was a moan, and then their arms closed around us. We stood together for a long time. And we were frightened that we had lived for twenty one years and had never known what joy is possible to men.”—