"Like I Used to Do" as written by Patrick Alger and Timothy Page O'brien....
There was a time when we'd be the last to leave
Watching the sun come up as everyone failed to see
The music was always loud and I'd smoke and drink too much
Till I fell into your arms into your loving touch
Now as the years roll by time has reeled me in
Slowed down a notch or two from the way things were then

Those old ways of mine I left them behind
Those crazy days are through
The only thing I still do like I use to do
Is carry this torch for you

Do you remember when we packed our bags and run
Chasing some crazy dream into the morning sun
Now as the twilight falls I find I'm satisfied
Watching the fire glow just as long as you're by my side
You're in my heart it seems time has passed me by
I love you as much today if very first time

Those old ways of mine I left them behind
Those crazy days are through
The only thing I still do like I use to do
Is carry this torch for you

I still watch her the way that I wanted you then
If I could do it all over I'd do it all over again
Those old ways of mine I left them behind
Those crazy days are through
The only thing I still do like I use to do
Is carry this torch for you
The only thing I still do like I use to do
Is carry this torch for you


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"Like I Used to Do" as written by Timothy Page O'brien Patrick Alger

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