This isn't what it used to be
On holidays and weekends
Now your always one
Phone call away from wherever you are needed
For emergencies speaking
A body on a stretcher
Eyes rolled back and barely sleeping
Tears in your voice
I'm trying to keep you from leaping
Because everything will be fine
As long as I say so
And everything will go right
As long as I say so
There is the prettiest view of the city
From this bedside window
If you ignore what they're for
These machines make the most beautiful glow
Turn the lights out and go
Pillows under his head
Make sure they steady blood flow
Hold his hand tight
Whisper "goodbye" slow
Because everything will be fine
As long as we say so
And everything will go right
As long as we say so
We'll tell him to stay young
Don't die on me yet
Stay young
Don't die on me yet
Cause I cant bare to see him
Like this again
I just keep on thinking of us
In that kitchen on those mornings
Steady nights of sleeping
Oh how I miss those


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