Chaz Cardigan – Room lyrics

if these walls could speak,
they’d tell me to get over it
and flip the switch.

if all your photos talked,
they’d tell me to just move on:
shut the box, turn the TV off.

i remember the pattern on your sheets,
how we threw our t-shirts on the floor
and you locked the door.

kids outside playing on the street,
had “Payphone” playing on repeat,
and I lost myself way you looked at me.
i can draw it from memory:

i’m still there
on your couch,
the first place that we made out.
we were 16,
we were crazy,
and still trying to work s*** out.

and that time with your head on my shoulder,
i remember that’s when I told you
i could stay the night;
close my eyes and in my mind I’m in your room.

old cell phones in the drawer,
an ID card you didn’t use anymore,
an old map of Ecuador.

and your parents left town for the week,
and we should’ve been studying chemistry,
and I lost myself way you looked at me.
i can draw it from memory:

i’m still there
on your couch,
the first place that we made out.

we were 16,
we were crazy,
and still trying to work s*** out.

and that time with your head on my shoulder,
i remember that’s when I told you
i could stay the night;
close my eyes and in my mind i’m in your room.

i’m in your room again,
close my eyes and in my mind i’m in your room.
don’t know where you are,
heard from friends of friends that you moved on,

you found someone,
but I’m in your room.
i’m still there
on your couch,
the first place that we made out.

we were 16,
we were crazy,
and still trying to work s*** out.

and that time with your head on my shoulder,
i remember that’s when I told you
i could stay the night;
close my eyes and in my mind I’m in your room.

i’m in your room again,
close my eyes and in my mind I’m in your room.

I’m in your room again,
close my eyes and in my mind I’m in your room.