I watched the wallflower grow
I learned how wolves ruled the east coast
Sometimes you'd come in my room
Late at night like wind blows through
You don't come, come around no more
Fight or run, you're just getting older

I know you won't always be there
But you try, try
I know you can't always fix me
But you try, try

It's hard times, running around these streets
I think about all the times gone by
I know we may not be so young anymore
I swear to God, if the boy ever breaks your heart

I know you won't always be there
But you try, try
I know you can't always fix me
But you try, try

Hey, didn't I mold you?
Hey, aren't I owed?

I just want back some of my time
The youth we lost to fall in line
When we grow old our futures dim low
And What we've done is all we know


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