"Out In The Past" as written by Luke Crowther, Joel Stoker, Grant Marsh and Robert Pyne....
This little town hasn't changed so much, not since the time of night
When we would lie out and talk like we couldn't be touched
Then you'd go away when the morning was light
But sure enough, well, we had to grow up
And there's nothing like a full time job to put out your fire
We were young, and wasn't in love
But maybe we were happy getting carried away

But now that seems so long ago
Out the door and down the road
I sometimes think when I'm alone
Of the times we had and now we don't

Out in the past we were running around that
Sometimes so fast with your foot on the ground
It was so hard to stand, you never could tell
That all I saw was you

And every place that you talk about don't seem too far away
When you rely on yourself and the one you're around
And always believe everything that they say
But little talk isn't always enough and just cause you're still here now
Doesn't mean you're a liar
We were young and that was enough
And life has a habit of getting in the way

Now that seems so long ago
Out the door and down the road
I sometimes think when I'm alone
Of the times we had and now we don't

But out in the past we were running around that
Sometimes so fast with your foot on the ground
It was so hard to stand, you never could tell
That all I saw was you


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