Take Me back to the place where we first met
Cause being lonely I haven't mastered yet
And these cigarettes won't do the trick tonight
Take me back to the time of our puppy love
Cause growin up isn't what I was dreamin of
I'm dyin to find some innocence tonight

Cause our secret place
Is covered over in dust
I haven't seen your face for weeks
Your sweet embrace
Has slowly faded away
So won't you please
Please take me back to the place

Take me back to the place where we first met
Where the fire's burnin and there's no regrets
One look at you and all my fears would melt away
Take me back to the days of my childhood
Where all the evil hadn't met the good
And everything was innocent inside

when you were holdin me
And everything was ok
And you were whispering
Fairy tales in my ear
And I would believe
That you could do anything
So won't you please
Please take me back
To the good ole days
Won't you please
Please take me home


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    General Commentthis reminds me about my cousin
    we have so much fun and i miss the good old days with him
    StEpHeN SpEaKson October 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song wonderfully captures the heavy-hearted feelings we get once the world has abused us. Or, to say it better, once the world has showed itself.

    We all wish we could go back to a naive time in our lives when things weren't nearly so complicated and the world seemed divine. Nothing mattered but you and the people you were with.
    cubbyblueson October 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHe's asking her to take him back to those good ol' days, but I don't know if anything can ever capture it. Sure, meeting a friend or love from that past can bring back the nostalgic feel-good memories, but those aren't ever-lasting. Good in small doses, surely.
    cubbyblueson October 13, 2007   Link

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