Oh summer, oh summer where are you?

It’s been already three months, where are you?

The grass is still green but the sky is a bit blue.

The whether is still beautiful but who knew?

Oh summer, oh summer, where are you?


I hear the birds chirping on the trees,

The water stream running down,

The yellow buzz of the annoying bees.

And the ice cream truck that goes ’round town.

Oh summer, oh summer, where are you?


I can taste the grilled hot dogs on the grill,

Smell the burned kabobs in the oven,

And feel the drips of my own sweat while I have a thrill.

We’re only waiting for you while everyone is lovin’.

Oh summer, oh summer, where are you?


CC BY-SA 4.0 Summer, where are you? by Kaha is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


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