"Back Home Years Ago" as written by Thomas Allan Flowers, Douglas James Eldridge and Richard C. Ivanisevich....
Summer of love came and it went
We played with our lives before they were spent
We were young and unafraid
So alive together

We gave ourselves to giving in
And separated from within
Our only fear was growing old
We swore that we would never

And I remember how it used to be
Oh, I remember you were here with me

Summer of love came and was gone
'Cause we lifted up and tried to hold on
To memories of what we were
The times we shared were golden

And I remember how it used to be
Oh, I remember you were here with me

I remember cold Novembers
And when we used to laugh together
And I remember you

Here in my life
You were always
Here in my arms
You were always
Here in my heart
Those days are still alive

I remember cold Novembers
And when we used to laugh together
And I remember

And I remember you
And I remember you



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"Back Home Years Ago" as written by Richard C. Ivanisevich Douglas James Eldridge

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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