"pataskala" as written by John Reuben Zappin, Grant Ellis Harrison and Todd V. Collins....
PATASKALA

bright and early in the morning and my day's on track hot coffee in the kitchen okay i'll take it black 66 degrees with a comfortable breeze i guess every now and then you get days like these and i'm thankful hit the city streets grateful were living life to the utmost while were young and able while others fable about where they come from we've got nothing to hide we're far from stardom

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p-a-t-a-s-k-a-l-a o-h-i-o

we never did anything in that place just wasted time talking about what we do if given the chance to stupid things that we'd never live out but sure was cool for a moment to think about you could say just some innocent exaggeration just some young adults at fault by imagination but some how we stretched our selves and started living it life it's funny sometimes isn't it we're in the sky on a plane over european terrain looking down to the ground we watch the earth change at night in the car overlooked by afar thinking to ourselves none of this is really ours perspective changes we could never claim this life yahweh spoke and showed us what our aim is some thing that wasn't alive by heartbeat and breath and something that's not left with bone and flesh
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life is too short to sweat the minimal and things that once seemed simple now seem valuable like the simple satisfaction in being content or the simple satisfaction in the time we spent i value everything that our friendship meant even though you never paid me back the money i lent speaking of which the other day your mom i saw her i had to tell her scott bellows still owed me $50
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