Dandelions are going to seed,
it's my soul, I need pee.
Trees stand so tall and bare,
and here I stand without a care.
Pumpkin seeds stuck in my teeth.
There's something more I need to be,
more than just a silly girl,
waiting for the sun to hurl.
Rays of sunlight down the sidewalk, down on me,
casting light on the turning leaves
and what I'm supposed to see.
Winter's here and settled in, but where are you?
I can't begin to imagine where I went wrong,
perhaps it was when I started this song.
Rays of sunlight reflecting off the snowflakes.
There are no more crinkly leaves I need to rake.
There's a chance, a chance I may take.
Birds and bees are here again,
we haven't talked since God knows when.
I like to dance in the sprouting grass.
If it snows again, then I'll have to ask.
Why the hell are the seasons prickled just like you?
Rip my heart in half I'll stitch it up
if it's certain we are through.
June bugs, butterflies, sand in my pants,
midnight moon and those pesky little ants.
You're here once more to try your luck.
Well, I'm done with you, you sneaky little (pluck).
Now it's over, there's nothing left for us to do,
besides acknowledging the repelling forces
that are me and you.