We, we were younger then
Now we're old again
We never should have stopped laughing
Now the sun will set, throwing shadows on
The happiness that we once had
Now I'm hung up like a frame
At the mention of your name
And I don't see how I'll ever live so good again

Its only in your head that you let go
But you don't even know which way the wind blows
And even when you're gone, you echo on and on
Theres too much space to fill without you here

Now, like a summer gone
yet you linger on
like the words on the tip of my tongue
even sweeter than when you sing again
but I never learned to sing along
now I'm hung up like a frame
with your picture or your name
and I don't see how we can ever be so good again

Its only in your head that you let go
But you don't even know which way the wind blows
And even when you're gone, you echo on and on
Theres too much space to fill without you here
Theres too much time to kill when you disappear
And I'm only as good as I make you feel

Its only in your head that you let go
But you don't even know which way the wind blows
And even when you're gone, you echo on and on
Theres too much space to fill
Its only in your head that you let go
But you don't even know which way the wind blows
And even when you're gone, you echo on and on
Theres too much space to fill without you here
And all my words alone, just disappear
They disappear

We, we were younger then
Now we're old again
We never should have stopped laughing


Lyrics submitted by Joshthelf

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