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You got to learn a little history
Oldest man in Bible times
Name was called Methuselah
Was nine hundred and sixty-nine
We had some guys come close
Almost ran for a thousand yards
Didn't they quit till they got buried
They should've known it just was too hard

When we look back now
Those fellas seemed to live forever
And you just get annoyed
Yeah cause you don't wanna believe it
Those guys were blessed with such long lives

Ain't no use in explaining
If you're gonna doubt the truth
Spent your life doubting the Bible
When it's the fountain of youth – yeah

Standing knocking on your door
He told ya you could live forever
I hope you understand
The truth is it's now or never
These are the last days of your life
That should be something that sticks in your mind

Yeah, we're running out of time
But the young forget that they need eternal life
To get somethin' that last forever -- forever -- Whoa! Yeah!
And all the time we're aging
Look at every wrinkle comin' on
Some guys don't even live to be 16
Think about that while I end this song

Standing knocking on your door
He told you how to live forever
I hope you understand
Hebrews three says it's now or never
These are the last days of your life
That should be something that sticks in your mind


Lyrics submitted by Tarakoni

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