Hey we used to be kings, remember?
Hey we used to be kings
Stumbling blindly under street lamps
Laughing to the worst inside jokes
Sour faces sipping on the cheap stuff
But people drift apart, you know?
People get older, I'm getting older
Just a shadow of my former self
Just dragging my knuckles
But I'm learning to drink alone.
I'm learning to drink alone.
I could even fail miserably
This box that I built for myself
But maybe, but maybe a slide into mediocrity
Maybe that pace would work for me
But hey, I'll save it
But hey, I'll save it for-
When we are both in the same town
Playing catch up under street lamps
We used to be the shining stars
We used to be the shining stars of our resting parents
Of our resting parents.


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