We broke into a house that was all boarded up
That was down the street from your dad's
I found a bottle of wine at your parent's last year
And we drank although it was bad
I got around to showing you all my scars from a motorcycle wreck as a kid
And you got around 'til you showed me more than that
And all I know is I went from a boy to a man
In thirty four seconds

I had a pocket knife that I won in a fight that I carried like it was gold
I used to leave my mark on all the pine tree bark to remember when I'm old
That I was the one, the one to become the question, "Well what ever happened to him?"
Never go back, back to the high school parties, and school parades, or anything like that
Except to see you

The summmer, spring, and a falling winter
Teenage lust in a tourist town
Monday, Friday never mattered
There's only good and bad days
Without you around


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