I remember when you used to be the wild one,
I remember when I use to have to keep up,
But look who’s burning brighter now;
I remember when I used to be the shy one,
Riding free on a round trip coat-tail ticket,
Now look who’s dragging you along;

Lying in a slice of moonlight,
Staring out the window, At the Radiotower,
Restless in it’s power;

Always the right thing, Always the wrong time,
I’ve got bad regrets, Grudges and debts in this life;
Always the right thing, Always the wrong time,
It just took some time, for me to come alive;

I remember when we laid out in the backyard,
With a drink sharing dreams with the lazy summer,
But look who’s living the life now;
I remember when we drove around all night,
Windows down singing songs with the radio station,
But look who’s singing those songs now;

Rising like a constant signal,
Beaming out a message, To my fading youth,
Daring me for truth;

Always the right thing, Always the wrong time,
I’ve got bad regrets, Grudges and debts in this life;
Always the right thing, Always the wrong time,
It just took some time, for me to come alive;

Now look who’s finding out,
What the years were teaching me,
And why we’ve come this way;
Look who’s tuning in,
To the perfect frequency,
It’s been there all along;

Always the right thing, Always the wrong time,
I’ve got bad regrets, Grudges and debts in this life;
Always the right thing, Always the wrong time,
It just took some time, for me to come alive;
It just took some time for me to come alive,
It just took some time for me


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