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​Next Stop: The Olympics

This song is by Into It. Over It. and appears on the album 52 Weeks (2009).

If I put my ears to the concrete I can hear you coming from a mile away
As your SUV's engine sputters and squeaks just as loudly as confidence passes through your teeth
But you should watch what you say as we're holding hands down the streets of this city
I could be totally wrong, but I think that you like me
So don't forget that I'm not like the boys you've seen before and I'll remember that an ounce of pleasure and an ounce of pain weigh the same
They weigh the same
Well around 10:30 we'll all be less fortunate
The height of this tree and the cost of this experience are equally proportionate
Well, I've never done this before
A million 20 watt light bulbs brighten the ice's floor
If you promise to hold my hand, I'll keep you as warm as I can
So, get a load of "Scott Hamilton"
Man, what a showoff! WHAM! in his headphones, singing songs everyone knows
"Taylor" and her friend; they need everyone's attention
The woman in white and the man dressed in green got engaged to the beat of our applause
And then there's you and I
Our feet are the same size
We could exchange our sneakers and live each others lives
I'll keep you as warm as I can, but I could hear you coming from a mile away so you should watch what you say
Holding hands down the streets of this city, I could be totally wrong, but I think that you like me
Try to remember that an ounce of pleasure and an ounce of pain; they weigh the same