"Fourth of July" as written by and Waylon Albright Jennings....
It's a new day. I woke up feeling wiser than I did yesterday. I've cleaned a slate I never thought I would. Thinking about the good times between me and you. And I've been thinking about those time. And how I let hatred tear me down. And I know it's gotten us nowhere. So it's time I let go, break free, and live my life. Now its tinme to let it go. Because tomorrow may not come. And I need to let you know that there's something here that we can save. Before it's too I don't want to say these words to your grave. And I've been thinking about those times and how I let hatred tear me down. And how it's gotten us nowhere. So this time I want to know what you're thinking. Can we learn? Can we try? Can we learn to forgive and forget and leave the past behind. And begin to live our lives without any regrets. Yea I guess I have grown up but I am still learning. Yea I guess I have grown up but I'm still learning everyday. And today I'm learning to let go.


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"Fourth of July" as written by Peter Keith Droge

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    General CommentFirst of all, this song is about friendship. It's about overcoming all the past problems and living without regrets.
    It's also about getting mature, but knowing that you still have a lot to learn.
    I think this is the main message of Champion.
    Keep it real, dudes!
    Hugs from Brazil!
    xgustavodcxon June 12, 2006   Link

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