Currently set to Index
Currently set to Follow

First Love Late Spring Lyrics – Mitski

First Love Late Spring

The black hole
Of the
Window
Where you sleep

The night breeze
Carries
Something sweet
A peach tree

Wild women don’t get the blues
But I find that
Lately I’ve been crying like a
Tall child

So please hurry leave me
I can’t breathe
Please don’t say you love me
胸がはち切れそうで

One word from you and I would
Jump off of this
Ledge I’m on
Baby

Tell me “don’t”
So I can
Crawl back in

And I was so young
When I behaved
Twenty five

Yet now I find
I’ve grown into
A tall child

And I don’t wanna go home yet
Let me walk to the top of the big night sky

Please hurry leave me
I can’t breathe
Please don’t say you love me
胸がはち切れそうで

One word from you and I would
Jump off of this
Ledge I’m on
Baby

Tell me “don’t”
So I can
Crawl back in

One word from you and I would
Jump off of this
Ledge I’m on
Baby

Tell me “don’t”
So I can
Crawl back in

Table of Contents

About Mitski

Known for her candid lyrics and catchy yet volatile indie rock, Mitski is short for Mitski Miyawaki. As a former music major, her first two albums were school projects. In 2014, she picked up a guitar for the first time on her label debut, Bury Me at Makeout Creek. “Your Best American Girl,” a streaming hit from Mitski’s 2016 LP Puberty 2, was influenced by Mitski’s itinerant childhood and themes of identity and belonging. As a result of the latter album, she made her Billboard Top 20 debut on both the independent and alternative charts. With Be the Cowboy, she made her first appearance on the Billboard 200. Laurel Hell’s Top Five-charting songs of 2022 opted for sleeker surfaces reminiscent of ’80s pop.

Early Life

Born in Japan to an American father and Japanese mother, Miyawaki grew up moving between 13 countries on four continents before eventually settling in New York City for college. After receiving her high school diploma in Turkey, she began writing songs. Her first completed song, “Bag of Bones,” appeared on her first album. While studying film at Hunter College in New York, she decided to pursue music instead and transferred to SUNY Purchase. LUSH, Mitski’s piano-based sophomore album, and Retired from Sad, New Career in Business, her senior album, were both recorded there. Using a 60-piece student orchestra for the second album was an ambitious endeavor. Her third record, Bury Me at Makeout Creek, was heavily influenced by her exhaustion from the projects and working outside jobs while completing her degree. Her previous albums were recorded in makeshift home studios with friends, unlike this one. Additionally, it marked her move away from classical piano to raw, impulsive guitar. In 2014, Double Double Whammy released Bury Me at Makeout Creek.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Search this website