You look like shit so do you my brother
I missed you too, yeah you dumb stupid mother
The cheap welcome home sign and a bottle of red
At least you got freedom in an open out there
Three cheers to the best of the rest we got left

If you could dream anything, what would that be?
If you could dream that, would you share it with me?
We carry our choices, we hide our regrets
We know there’s a price, we’ll both pay our debts
But maybe they ain’t seen the last of us yet

‘Cause old habits die hard
Old habits die hard
It might be painful to smile
But it covers the scars
And old habits die hard

There’s a face in the mirror, but it don’t look like me
Yesterday’s gone, a rain drop in the sea
But I have your back for each day that’s gone by
And I’ll still have it till the day that I die
Yeah, I’ll still have it till the day that I die

Old habits die hard
Old habits die hard
It might be painful to smile
But it covers the scars
And old habits die hard

Some day may you be missed by those you leave behind
And I hope you touched other lives like you’ve touched mine

Old habits die hard
Old habits die hard
It might be painful to smile
But it covers the scars
Appearances change but don’t change who we are
And old habits die hard


Lyrics submitted by BigGeoff

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