Polyvalent — Lose in the Summer lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "Lose in the Summer" by Polyvalent.

Lyrics

Wait for calls that never come
And when they do, words aren’t enough
Always dreamed we’d cross the line
And wear our shades on the inside
Wanted more than what I had
Now it’s gone, I want it back
Chasing how things used to be
We’re all looking for that feeling.
Some of us are dying, trying to find it
Some of us are trying, dying to rewind it
We don’t really know
What we want
We think that we know
What we want
We don’t really know
What we want
But we’ll spend ourselves to get it
Then we can’t do nothing with it
We’ll leave it all behind
Walked right past a crystal spring
To a stagnant pool, to take a drink
Forgot my face until I saw
It staring back in a mud puddle
No matter what You’re offering
We’d rather pay for lesser things
It’s fine for them, but not for me
‘Cause only the broke take things for free
Some of us are dying, trying to buy it
Some of us are dying, and so we’ll try it
We don’t really know
What we want
We think that we know
What we want
We don’t really know
What we want
But we’ll spend ourselves to get it
Then we can’t do nothing with it
We’ll leave it all behind
How do we live, love, and lose in the summer?
What if the speaker is calling your number?
What if the ones that you love are all leaving
And the truth doesn’t jive with what you’re believing?
How do we live, love, and lose in the summer?
What if the speaker is calling your number?
What if death starts to change your perception
And money can’t buy all the things that you’re missing?
We don’t really know
What we want
We think that we know
What we want
We don’t really know