It’s a blizzard outside, but we decide we can withstand
And so you take my hand
Putting it in your pocket
There we stand, at the corner of Port Republic and Market
As we wait there for a pedestrain crossing
I look at you and think in passing
Are these goose bumps because of you?
Or are they from the temperature, holding steady at 32.
Snow flakes are sticking to my eye lashes
You brush them off, clumsily, without your glasses
It’s an unusual end to October
And I doubt the kids around us are even sober
The light changes and we dash across
The road covered in an icy gloss
My high heels aren’t made for these conditions
So many snow flakes, there have to be a billion
Tonight you’re my Superman and I’m your Lois Lane
And when you hold me this close I go can’t help but go insane
But this isn’t a movie where you promise me forever
This is reality and that won’t happen, not ever
You’re a business major, and I’m an undeclared
If you laid us out on paper we couldn’t be compared
What am I to you?
Are we the same as our costumes?
While you’re off saving the world, am I just the girl who waits for you to come around?
This is is one of those times when I wish time could be rewound.
Because you see, I’ve given you my heart…
And it seems, you’re contemplating tearing it apart.