"Too Close to the Sun" as written by and Adam L. Levy....
After all of these sweet years
came the tooth decay.
Then along came a spider,
sat down beside her.

We flew too close to the sun
'cause we wanted to have fun.
But we flew to close to the sun

and I…

I have no regrets.
Only epithets.
Meal tickets for the privileged.
The have-nots go hungry.

But we flew too close the sun
'cause we wanted to have fun.
But we flew too close to the sun
‘cause we wanted to have fun.

I'm shirtless in my bedroom.
You know the game
and I know the deal.

For Mr. and Mrs. Middle America
civil rights went by them.
Now the laughing gas is hard to swallow.
We weren't breathing.

We flew too close to the sun
'Cause we wanted to have fun.
but we flew too close to the sun.
and it's like this.


Lyrics submitted by michaelcovel

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