If he was here, I don’t even know what might have happened between us. We were only together for a summer, you know? Maybe he would have turned out to be a major jerk. I’ll never know. But when it gets like this, and I’m miserable, all I can think is that he might have made everything okay. That he was the only one who understood. Ever.
Someone Like You by Sara Dessen
Maybe I’m a little bit over my head. I come undone at the things he said. And he’s so funny in his bright red shirt. We were all in love. Now we all got hurt. I sneak into his car’s cracked leather seat. The smell of gasoline in the summer heat. Boy, we’re going way too fast. It’s all too sweet to last.
White Houses by Michelle Branch
Like my favorite song, you’re a little overplayed; and like last summer, the memories of you will never fade.
It was another tragic ending to another summer love, leaving another girl with a broken heart.
In every girl’s life there will always be that one boy she will never forget and one summer where it all began.
I had the sand under my feet and your eyes matched the ocean. I didn’t think it could get much better and then you told me you loved me.
I can’t wait for the day when I’m sitting on the beach and you come running out of the ocean and tackle me, giving me a hug. I won’t even care if you get me wet, all because I’ll be in your arms.
He’s everything in summer dreams that fills your head with smiles. Could you pencil me in when you can? Though we both know that the worst part about it is I would be free when you wanted me, if you wanted me.