Letter Jacket (Lyrics) – Jacob Davis

Lyrics for the Jacob Davis song “Letter Jacket”

There it is in the back of my closet
Number six and my name stitched on it
Hangin’ there
Like a blue and gold memory

I try it on
Look in the mirror
There I am
It’s my senior year
We’re runnin’ wild
Runnin’ outta seventeen

When I was just a shortstop
Second string
You were runner-up
Homecomin’ Queen
I was stuck on you like
State champs on them patches
Love to put it on you
On a Friday night
Just to take it off you
When the mood got right
Yeah it blows my mind
Every time I look back at it
Baby there was nothin’ on you
In my high school letter jacket

Striped cuffs hangin’ down over your hands
Told everyone in the stands
I was your man at the game
Or at a party holdin’ on to me

Green light, first time, my Tahoe
T-shirt, Levi’s off real slow
All wrapped up in a blanket
Made of leather sleeves

When I was just a shortstop
Second string
You were runner-up
Homecomin’ Queen
I was stuck on you like
State champs on them patches
Love to put it on you
On a Friday night
Just to take it off you
When the mood got right
Yeah it blows my mind
Every time I look back at it
Baby there was nothin’ on you
In my high school letter jacket

Those days are over now
Just a little bit older now
It don’t mean we don’t know how
To love as wild as we
were back when

When I was just a shortstop
Second string
You were runner-up
Homecomin’ Queen
Baby I’m still stuck on you like
State champs on them patches
I wanna put it on you
Like it’s Friday night
Just to take it off you
When the mood gets right
Let you blow my mind
When you let me unsnap it
Baby there ain’t nothin’
On you but my
High school letter jacket.
Cause baby there ain’t
Nothin’ on you
In my high school letter jacket.

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