Testo Somewhere Past The Quiet

Testo Somewhere Past The Quiet

I saw you in your mourning Because my room was just the same Through imaginary walls of masking tape And somewhere past the quiet I think I, I heard you growing up And I, well I don?t think I?ll ever be the same And Dad was there beside us He?d sing us into dreams Of good ole? Blue and seen old roads To die on And river days of heat and haze We?d run until the sun would fade And he?d carry us up to our beds at night And now we see this different angle A second glance of life In a world where fathers leave their boys For the finer things I can still remember laughing So hard it hurts my heart To think that we were just the lucky few And all along I never even knew The light of day upon us But now the scenery had changed The Coventry was gone ?fore noon arises Just bigger boys with bigger toys And separate rooms to stop the noise And we, we?re still to young to know the finest call But the holidays and candles brought the aging of our youth The burning of all the innocence Disguising all the truth But our sunburned skin kept the taste of the salt To fire the feelings we?d always fought We?d found a new companion just ?fore the fall And now we see this different angle A second glance of life In a world where fathers leave their boys For the finer things I can still remember laughing So hard it hurts my heart To think that we were just the lucky few And all along I never even knew A season brought us back again Just the three of us, alone And if you ever see my heart fall again Please pick it up, and bring it home I saw you in your mourning Because my room was just the same Through imaginary walls of masking tape And somewhere past the quiet I think I heard you growing up And I, well I don?t think I?ll ever be the same

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