"Time Again" as written by and Rob Derhak Chuck Garvey....
When I was six I didn't think I'd ever see
Twenty-three
Now I'd give anything just to recall anything from
Twenty-three
By the time I'm thirty I will probably be forty and
trouble free
So I'll stick with twenty five
And all the things here in my life that trouble me

They say it flies when you're having fun
I say it flies for everyone
It's not particular
I think it's just a matter of getting bald and fatter
It's not particular
Well here I am they call me a man
And I don't feel as if I am
I disagree
I might have all the prerequisites
But somehow it all never fits
It's a mystery

Time and time again
Time and time again
Time and time again
Time and time again

It seems as if the older I grow
The faster it gets and the slower I go

IT'S REALLY, REALLY BIG

There's no sense to deny it
So I might as well invite it, cuz

It's really, really, really BIG

Well some do hold a timely view
That like fine wine we may improve with age
All I hold is my own view
And it don't have that much to do with age

Time and time again
Time and time again
Time and time again
Time and time again


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"Time Again" as written by Chuck Garvey Al Schnier

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