I've looked
I've seen, I've seen
I've looked
I will always see, I've seen
For the miracles of youth

I've looked
I will always see, I've seen
When friends go away for a while
They always come back

But now, if friends
Go away for a while
And they never come back


Lyrics submitted by deadwing89, edited by antihexe

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    General Commentno offense but, "I've looked, I've seen" makes a lot more sense than "I've eloped, I've seen"
    whaleharpooneon August 31, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI've looked
    I've seen, I've seen
    I've looked
    I will always see, I've seen
    For the miracles of youth

    I've looked
    I will always see, I've seen
    When friends go away for a while
    They always come back

    But now, if friends
    Go away for a while
    And they never come back
    Fuchi900on September 20, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI believed I have seen I have seen
    I believed I would see I have seen
    four miracles that year....go away

    I believed I would see I have seen
    your friends go away for a while
    but always come back
    but now your friends go away for a while and they
    never come back
    BnSwisson October 19, 2009   Link
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    General Commentpersonally I think this song is awesome cuz you can apply so many different lyrics to it and they all sound like they work. I have written three versions of this song myself.
    BnSwisson October 19, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFuchi900's lyrics are great, but the only thing: I hear more than "miracles of youth". It fits, but I believe it's something more.
    joplinpicassoon November 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis song is based on the track Miracles of Youth by Bradford Cox (from the album Ben Eberbaugh: A Rockin' Tribute)

    The lyrics I posted down there were kind of a mix of what I heard in VHS and M.o.Y.
    Fuchi900on August 17, 2013   Link

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