Maude Latour – One More Weekend Lyrics

Maude Latour One More Weekend Lyrics, One More Weekend Lyrics by Maude Latour

I fell in love with how you emphasize your sentences
And I got a crush on the shape of your name on my phone
Then I fell harder for your 50’s movies references
And the world is smaller with you
Maybe I am not so alone

Or maybe we’re alone together
Now you’re packing up your bedroom on the west side
So I bring you breakfast and we lie
On the floor of my apartment
Isn’t it alarming it was October, January, almost July
Here’s a toast to getting older
Now we’re young and soon we’ll die

Nothin’ lasts forever
One more weekend in the city
Break up for the summer, leave me all on my own
One more weekend, can you kiss me?
Tell me that you miss me
Even if you won’t

I guess my memories get better with a distance
So I made a list of all the reasons why I felt conflicted
You were teaching me to drive your parent’s car around your high school parking lot
Michigan seems like a dream, but I woke up and I forgot

Nothin’ lasts forever
One more weekend in the city
Break up for the summer, leave me all on my own
One more weekend, can you kiss me?
Tell me that you miss me
Even if you won’t

‘Cause I love you more
‘Cause I love you more
‘Cause I love you more

Maybe I’ve been lyin’ to myself since last October
‘Cause I saw you cross the campus
And I wished it wasn’t over
And I know you’re late to class
But can I take back every single thing I said
If we just had one more weekend could we try it all again?

And nothin’ lasts forever
One more weekend in the city
Break up for the summer, leave me all on my own
One more weekend, can you kiss me?
Tell me that you miss me
Even if you won’t

‘Cause I love you more
‘Cause I love you more
‘Cause I love you more