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These Lyrics Are Poetic And Meaningful And I Love Them

Hedley - Old School
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vz3LLK_VIgo

Don't believe everything happiness says,
Nothing feels better than hiding these days,
We bury our fears,
In the drinks, in these tears,
For the days we believed we could fly.

Call up your brothers and sisters and friends.
We'll go back to the place where the night never ends.
We'll remember the fires,
The burning car tires.
Boy how in the hell'd we get here?

So why don't you meet me, down behind the old school.
We'll waste away the weekend, with perfect regard
Fow how cavalier we used to be,
That beautiful insanity,
The apathy's surrounding me,
Don't close your eyes or we'll fade ... away.

Over and over and over again,
We sat down for a minute, grew up into men.
Now we're putting out fires
And changing car tires,
Man how in hell'd we get here?

So why don't you meet me, down behind the old school.
We'll waste away the weekend with perfect regard
For how cavalier we used to be,
That beautiful insanity,
The apathy's surrounding me,
Don't close your eyes or we'll fade away this time.

And we'll never get back what we gave away,
When we still have that fire in our eyes

Don't believe everything happiness says,
Nothings as real as our old reckless ways,
When we drink by the fires,
The burning car tires,
Bad girls and good liars,
The dreams we'd conspire,
The days we went crazy,
The nights wild and hazy,
Man how in the hell'd we get here?

So why don't you meet me, down behind the old school.
We'll waste away the weekend, with perfect regard
For how cavalier we used to be,
That beautiful insanity,
The apathy's surrounding me,
Don't close your eyes or we'll fade ... away.

Why don't you meet me, down behind the old school.
We'll waste away the weekend, with perfect regard
Fow how cavalier we used to be,
That beautiful insanity,
The apathy's surrounding me,
Don't close your eyes or we'll fade ... away.
chewyconor chewyconor 22-25, M Jan 29, 2011

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