We were 3 and 6 and 8
When we played in the yard
As we laughed in the breeze
As we swayed in the grass,
We played hide and go seek
In the yellow cornfields high
Our world was made of three-
You my brothers, and I.

Those were our golden days
In the sun,
Those were our golden days
Each and every one.

We were 4 and 7 and 9
When we skipped across the beach
We built castles in the sand
On the warm Indian sea,
We would race across the water
And sleep under the sky
Our world was made of three-You my
Brothers, and I.

Those were our golden days
In the sun,
Those were our golden days
Each and every one.


Lyrics submitted by skwiddles

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