We used to play hockey in the streets

I remember feeling so alive

When time for dinner we’d retreat

I’d see you later on Jeffrey Dr.

We’d meet between the tall green pines

The moonlight bouncing off the dead end sign

And the counting starts

We’d deem your front porch the base

I’d find my favorite hiding place in your backyard




This was my childhood in the summer

I can’t think of better times

Days where the sun fought off the night

I can see Bucyrus Heights



I used to stay over once a week

VHS in darkness

Except the glow of the movie on your television

We built cities near our feet

Inches tall, paper thin

Not a brick within our micro-metropolis



This was my childhood in the summer

I can’t think of better times

Days where the sun fought off the night

I can see Bucyrus Heights



It’s funny how my father loves to box up the past

That’s why my garage is dedicated to a younger cast

That’s why my basement is a shrine of my youthful times

From scenes that I know could never last



This was my childhood in the summer

I can’t think of better times

Days where the sun fought off the night

I can see Bucyrus Heights


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