Down the road I grew up on
The moon would shine the whole night long
And while I'd sleep she'd watch over me
If I'd cross oceans in my mind
The moon would not be far behind
And when dawn came she'd take me home again
But where I live now she looks so small
She gets lost behind brick walls and I
I can only remember her shine
When I think of the good times

Up above the garden wall
Shone the stars, I loved them all
I tried to count 'em but there wasn't enough time
And so I could only guess
How many times my eyes were blessed
How many suns lined the gates of heaven
But where I live now the city lights
Stop the starlight reaching the back of my eyes
So I only remember the shine
When I think of the good times

Old songs they don't sound the same
Old voices don't call out my name
But what I've found is a shining new sound
And where I live now the sun still shines
And I make sure that I still dream at night
So I'll always remember the shine
I'll remember the good times


Lyrics submitted by sethbrown

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