"The Good Old Days" as written by and Mark O. Everett....
I know I'm not too much of a bargain
And you know that's not what you bargained for
As the hours turn into days
Pretty soon lost in the haze
It's up to you and me
And who's to say
These could be the good old days

I like waking up after a bad dream
Makes it feel like life ain't bad
Little kids go out to play
They're just happy it's another day
It's up to you and me
And who's to say
These could be the good old days

I guess I could be a quiet hero
No one knows the good I've done
You're not sure, well that's okay
Cause I am and I'm not afraid
It's up to you and me
And who's to say
These could be the good old days


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"The Good Old Days" as written by Mark O. Everett

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    General Commenti think it's pretty much saying that life's a bit quiet and boring at the moment but they should be happy cos if it gets worse they'll think of them as the good old days.
    stegemreealion June 07, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"These could be the good old days"
    that's strinking how with just a phrase it is summing up all that there is to say
    about the fact that all we have is now.
    one positive E makes dam great songs too :)
    naivadaon July 10, 2007   Link

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