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When you get lost
And we're late for the evening show we still go
And when Helen said, "We're all but family now,"
That's dear to me

When you get out of the woods
Leave your clothes behind the wall
That time when your father stirred and
Enraged at my front door

Hold your breath and count to ten
We're losing touch, we're losing friends
But we're young, yet we're young
You know we're still

And when you get lost
We'll meet by a corner stone and head home
And when those flowers by the roadside
You know that means they'll be the death of me

When you get out of the woods
Leave your clothes behind the wall
The time when your father stirred and
Raged at my front door

Hold your breath and count to ten
We're losing touch we're losing friends
We are young, yet we're still

Hold your breath and count to ten
we're losing touch, we're losing friends
Oh I said,
Hold your breath and count to ten
we're losing touch, we're losing friends
But we're young, yes we're young
You know we're still


Lyrics submitted by katiebrave, edited by zabel58767

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    General CommentHaving listened to it many times at their gigs I'd say the song is simply reminiscing back to childhood days and events that happened when they were younger and more care free
    FPosfordon October 08, 2013   Link

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