"It's Your World Now" as written by Glenn Lewis Frey and Jack Tempchin....
A perfect day, the sun is sinkin' low
As evening falls, the gentle breezes blow
The time we shared went by so fast
Just like a dream, we knew it couldn't last
But I'd do it all again
If I could, somehow
But I must be leavin' soon
It's your world now

It's your world now
My race is run
I'm moving on
Like the setting sun
No sad goodbyes
No tears allowed
You'll be alright
It's your world now

Even when we are apart
You'll always be in my heart
When dark clouds appear in the sky
Remember true love never dies

But first a kiss, one glass of wine
Just one more dance while there's still time
My one last wish: someday, you'll see
How hard I tried and how much you meant to me

It's your world now
Use well the time
Be part of something good
Leave something good behind
The curtain falls
I take my bow
That's how it's meant to be
It's your world now
It's your world now
It's your world now


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"It's Your World Now" as written by Glenn Lewis Frey Jack Tempchin

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    General CommentI can't believe no one has commented on this song! But why is it in all caps? It's not shouty...

    So the meaning of this is pretty clear, but I think it's also important to point out that Glenn Frey said he mostly wrote this for his kids. He also said in an interview to listen to it thinking of the words coming from a dying man. Even though it says "no sad goodbyes" in the song, this is an extremely good, but extremely sad song for me.
    cortxon March 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love the melody of this song and as one who never really pay attention to the lyrics for any song, I had to look it up to see what this song means. Not a typical Eagles song, but I'm glad they did it.
    hulamomaon February 28, 2013   Link

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