Savage Travis

from by Natasha Jacobs

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I remember that time
you chased a buck with an axe around the yard
and we ran through the woods
and up the hill just to take off our clothes
Oh we were so savage, Travis

When you finally said you loved me
it was that day you couldn't speak
so you did some corny gestures with your fingers
coulda' sworn that you thought it was me
who said it first, who said it first
I should have been more sparing with those words

but I was so young, I thought we'd grow old
cause of all of the things you told me.
How cruel to touch my belly and say
one day, one day

And when it was over
We would still go out to dinner
and I'd try not to kiss you, Travis
but when you drove me home
in your van we lost control
doubled parked on the streets of Manhattan
we turned savage

despite all I've learned from you
I still can't figure out if our love was true
and I'm so embarrassed I still think about you, Travis

but I was so young, that I thought we'd grow old
cause of all the things you told, me.
how cruel, to touch my belly and say
one day, one day

When it was really over
you said you'd never love the same again
But we were just children, Travis
You were a good bit older
and you'd hold that over my shoulder
So we were never truly partners
right, Travis?
but oh my, how we were savage.
ooh,, mmm,,,aaahaahah


from Spilt Myths -EP, released November 14, 2013
Natasha Jacobs- Vox, Nylon-string Guitar



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