Monongahela Park Lyrics – Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties

Monongahela Park Lyrics by Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties is brand new song sung by Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties and music of this latest song is given by Ace Enders. Monongahela Park song lyrics are also penned down by Ace Enders, Dan Campbell, Nick Steinborn.


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Song: Monongahela Park
Singer: Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties
Music: Ace Enders
Lyrics: Ace Enders, Dan Campbell, Nick Steinborn
Album: In Lieu Of Flowers (2024)

Monongahela Park Lyrics

It’s been too f*cking long
I haven’t seen you since we were kids
And I rode a freight train out
To come visit you in Pitt
And you laughed so loud
Let your hand rest on my knee
I sip on a tonic ’cause
I’ve been trying not to drink

And I flash back to us in Monogahela Park
And the cheap bottle of scotch
We shared as the sky went dark

I’ll drive you home, it’s getting late
You smile at us; meaning we can stay
I’ll take you home, you’re on the way
We watch as the night starts a slow decay
I’ll drive you home, it’s getting late

Cherry floats off your cig
And you say you wanna hear the band
And ask if it’s still hard for me to still sing about Diane
And I kinda shrug, “I mean it’s not really up to me”
I hand you a light and say, “Dolly still sings about Jolene”

And I flash back to us in Monogahela Park
Where we’re chain-smoking at dusk
Damaged teenage hearts

I’ll drive you home, it’s getting late
You said it’s been a year since you felt ok
I’ll take you home, you’re on the way
You lean in and I turn my face away
I’ll drive you home, it’s getting late

My heart’s a nail bomb
I built it so no one could ever get close again
I try to stay calm
But you slam the door and I’m already shaking
I collapse on the street
I saw the look on your face I know what it means

I’ll drive you home, it’s getting late
You leaned in and I turned my face away…

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