When I was young my friends would play
Outside my house we’d climb on everything and
When we’d show off for our moms they’d say
"That’s my boy" and then we’d start all over

We never seemed to find it strange
That every single day was such a joy and
When we’d have to say goodbye we’d cry
And our moms would dry our tears and promise

"All your days will be just as grand
Your days will be long and, I swear, just the same
Just the same as this one"

In times of sorrow and of pain
I’ll think about the days I spent in splendor and
The promise that could only break
But why would the ones who love us fool us?

They must have known that all would fade
They must have known that every word they said was
Just a lie to keep our poor hearts safe
And I’ll probably do the same for my child

"All your days will be just as grand
Your days will be long and, I swear, just the same
Just the same as this one"

Every moment I spent unaware of my fate
That was heaven, truly
Never suspecting the years would undo me

I’ve got your love behind me
Dear God, stay right beside me

All your days will be just as grand
Your days will be long and
All your days will be just as grand
Your days will be long and, I swear, just the same
Just the same as this one every day
Just the same the same as this one


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