Sabrina Carpenter – Skinny Dipping Lyrics

Skinny Dipping Lyrics By Sabrina Carpenter

It’ll be a Wednesday
And I’ll be going in this coffee shop
Hear the barista call an oat milk latte and your name
And I look up from my phone
And think there’s no chance it’s you, but it is

You’ll say, “Hi”
I’ll say, “Hi, how are you?”
You’ll say, “How’s your family? How’s your sister?”
I’ll say, “Shannon’s being Shannon”
After a minute of nonsensical chatter, you’ll say

Well, this was really nice
Maybe we should do this on purpose sometime
And it’ll have been long enough
That we won’t harp on

Arguments in your garage
All the ways we sabotaged it
What it was and what it wasn’t

We’ve been swimming on the edge of a cliff
I’m resistant, but goin’ down with the ship
It’d be so nice, right? Right?
If we could take it all off and just exist
And skinny dip in water under the bridge

You’ll suggest a restuarant we used to go to
And I’ll say, “Won’t that be too nostalgic?”
And you’ll say, “Maybe, but let’s do it anyway”
We won’t sit at our same old table, I promise

And we won’t bring up the past, we’ll keep it bureaucratic
And we won’t say it, but both of us
We’ll be thinking about how different we are
From those scared little kids that had those

Arguments in your garage
All the ways we sabotaged it
What it was and what it wasn’t

We’ve been swimming on the edge of a cliff
I’m resistant, but going down with the ship
It’d be so nice, right? Right?
If we could take it all off and just exist
And skinny dip in water under the bridge

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We’ve been swimming on the edge of a cliff
I’m resistant, but goin’ down with the ship
It’d be so nice, right? Right?
If we could take it all off and just exist
And skinny dip in water under the bridge