Em B E I'll tell you in street intersections because they give you a place to go. B E Give meanings to lines on maps, and tell you how you're gonna get home. B E Now I'm back here in the Midwest, where everything's familiar and B E sincere but everything's external. Nothin' just happened to you here, in- between coasts. [B E B E] F# E B F# Looking for what it was you lost on 2nd St. Forgot what it was E [Bs] F# E B on Washington. And you let it go, you let it go, you let it go and jumped in F# E [B,E..] that pool on Dunn. We're still in town, isn't that fun. Yeah, isn't that fun. E B E Now I know there's been some hard times, and I don't mean you and me. B E You're over believing and back to forgetting, and you're turning on T.V. B E And what you see just makes you numb, and the headlines all become a B E blur. And the years and the lives scroll by the bottom of the screen like B E desert sand. We're entrenched in a mess, embedded in our beds, sleeping in. B E What I wouldn't give, to want to live like I once did. F# E B Looking for what it was you lost on 2nd St. I'm staring through the F# E B windows of my friends, and I can see all their lofted beds. Imagining all F# E B F# these lofty dreams in skinny clouds above their heads, and we're waitin' for the E B hesitation to end. F# E B F# E This town is way too small to ever need the bus. So meet me at the pool that B [B, E, B, E..] They keep unlocked all night for us.