Here's a list of reasons we’re making this morning
To never feel angry or get disappointed
Our bodies growing old while our hearts languish in the gutter
And we’re arm in arm in arm in arm

In the back of a car parked in your old living room
We apologized and we eulogized the nicest version of the longest lie
That we only answer to ourselves
And we always stay true to the ideals we held
When we were sober and we were seventeen

So you wake up every morning and you compromise
It’s easy to forget the places where we tried to draw the line.
We’re all just doing the best we can

In the back of a car parked in your old living room
We apologized and we eulogized the nicest version of the longest lie
That we only answer to ourselves
We always stay true to the ideals we held
When we were sober and we were seventeen

So you wake up every morning and you compromise
And it’s easy to forget the places where you tried to draw the line
So you wake up every morning and you compromise
It’s easy to forget the places where you tried to draw the line.
We’re all just doing the best we can
You wake up every morning and you try to find out where you draw the line
Wake up every morning and you try to find out where you draw the line

Here's a list of reasons we’re making this morning
To never feel angry or get disappointed
Bodies growing old while our hearts languish in the gutter
But we’re arm in arm in arm in arm
In arm in arm in arm in arm
In arm in arm in arm in arm in arm

You wake up every morning and you try to find out where to draw the line
You wake up every morning and you try to find out where to draw the line


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Seventeen song meanings
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