Well, didn't you look SHARP with your boots
When you met me on the PATH?
From Two-Tone to Downtown Beirut, but only half-way back
Stealing bits of wisdom from the shelf
Turned prisons into prisms on the self
And what do they know about the springtime of me and you
Born in the midst of the long hot summer we lived through?
Did they see you run for every rhyme?
Did we run for running out of time
When even heroes have to die?
No one lives forever, Love
No one's wise to try
Adding our own wisdom to the shelf
And stealing bits of paper, we had health
But working anyway, did we miss the passing of the time?
In your own flame you can wither, though your passions still outshine
And did you read the writing on the wall
Prophesying a doom upon us all -
That even heroes have to die?
No one lives forever, Love
No one's wise to try
But hidden in the writing on the wall -
Many are the beauties of the fall


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