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This song is by Art Rush and appears on the album Lunch 6 (2007).

He loved the way her eyes
Were too big for her face
And the tiny crack and snap
Of her saliva when she smiled
That you could barely hear

She loved the way he hated music;
Every kind, although music was her life
Somehow she didn't seem to mind
Occasionally he'd crack and dance
She loved those moments too
He loved the way they opened up
Right at the moment things came through

The times that she'd been hopeful and
The times that he'd been cut
Stronger for their weaknesses
And tingling in the gut

Sitting on a wharf
Alone together late at night
Their faces bright despite
Only slight reflected light
They'd done the first kiss thing
Less than two hours before
But they weren't kissing now
'Cause they were on to something more
With tiny bits of paper on
The harbour ocean floor

She loved the love he'd punch
Into his phone when he was drunk
His affection was immensely cute
When he couldn't spell her name
He loved the way her hands could say
That things'll work out for the best
And together by the ocean
She loved his arms around her chest

He loved the way her eyes
Were too big for her face
And the tiny crack and snap
Of her saliva when she smiled

The times that he'd been hopeful and
The times that she'd been cut
Stronger for their weaknesses
And tingling in the gut

Moving like a stealthy cat
They snuck into together
There's never been someone like you
I'd stay like this forever