Taylor Swift – Suburban Legends (Taylor’s Version) Lyrics (From The Vault)

Taylor Swift Suburban Legends Taylor’s Version Lyrics (From The Vault)

You had people who called you on unmarked numbers
In my peripheral vision
I let it slide like a hose on a slippery plastic summer
All was quickly forgiven
You were so magnetic, it was almost obnoxious
Flush with the currency of cool
I was always turning out my empty pockets
And when it came to you

I didn’t come here to make friends
We were born to be suburban legends
When you hold me, it holds me together
And you kiss me in a way that’s gonna screw me up forever

I had the fantasy that maybe our mismatched star signs
Would surprise the whole school
When I ended up back at our class reunion
Walking in with you
You’d be more than a chapter in my old diaries
With the pages ripped out
I am standing in a 1950s gymnasium
And I can still see you now

I didn’t come here to make friends
We were born to be suburban legends
When you hold me, it holds me together
And you kiss me in a way that’s gonna screw me up forever

I know that you still remember
We were born to be national treasures
When you told me we’d get back together
And you kissed me in a way that’s gonna screw me up forever

Tick-tock on the clock, I pace down your block
I broke my own heart ’cause you were too polite to do it
Waves crash on the shore, I dash to the door
You don’t knock anymore, and my whole life’s ruined

Tick-tock on the clock, I pace down your block
I broke my own heart ’cause you were too polite to do it
Waves crash to the shore, I dash to the door
You don’t knock anymore, and I always knew it
And my life had been ruined

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  • Written by: Jack Antonoff, Taylor Swift
  • Album: 1989 (Taylor's Version)
  • Released: 2023