Cars winding down the boulevards
Galaxies in the space between
You and me, connected to everything
You were just a half-mile away from me

We were young
We were a song you sang
We were the same
But we came along too late
From our sidewalk days
Daisy, you forgot how to play
I think I met you too soon
And too young to know who to be
Darling, that's got to count for something

Smiling while our life is passing by
Every day another frame decayed
You were so alone, it was all I could do
You changed your name
But you looked just the same

We were young
We were a song you sang
We were the same
But we came along too late
From our sidewalk days
Daisy, you forgot how to play
I think I met you too soon
And too young to know who to be
Darling, that's got to count for something

Paper tiger dreams
And memories fade
Obey the laws
Of entropy
You were just a little girl
And I was little too

We were young
We were a song you sang
We were the same
But we came along too late
From our sidewalk days

We were young
We were a song you sang
We were the same
But we came along too late
From our sidewalk days
Daisy, you forgot how to play
I think I met you too soon
And too young to know who to be
Darling, that's got to count for something



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Sidewalk Days song meanings
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