"Present Day Memories" as written by and Michael Park....
One moment and its late
And I'm being honest when I say
That I can't see so straight.

Two minutes and its done
Past memories are fun
Dad is teaching math
I'm crying at the sum
Dividing all his love
Between a daughter and his son
Present day memories are fallen down and down.
And whether its true
When racism eludes
The slanting of the eyes
And they don't bother me anyways
I'm just on a holiday
Driving my family insane.

Gave thirds on your life
Your shooting up again
A message read best live show I can't wait for more.
A meeting in the back
It feels like an attack
From friends who meant a lot
I wish we hadn't fought.
They are charging me again
For mimicking the sounds
Of martial arts they saw
At a movie at the town.
And whether its true
When racism eludes
The slanting of the eyes
They don't bother me anyways
I'm just on a holiday
Driving my family insane.

One true haircut plus makeup
Keep coming back to me
I'm just thinking of myself again.

One more verse to go
I'll leave here for the show
Serenade a song
To a girl that I don't know
I'm thinking hard again
Lying by your side
Watching all your strength
Leaving you to die.
The first girl that I loved
A heart a broke in two
Present day memories are fallen down and done.

And whether it's true
When racism eludes
The slanting of the eyes
They don't bother me anyways
I'm just on a holiday
Driving my family insane,


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"Present Day Memories" as written by Michael Park

Lyrics © THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY, Peermusic Publishing

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