"Grow Old with Me" as written by and Tom Peter Odell....
I can feel you breathing
With your hair on my skin
As we lie here within
The night

I'll pull the sheets
When it's cold on your feet
Cuz you'll fall back to sleep
Every time

Grow old with me
Let us share what we see
And oh the best it could be
Just you and I

And our hands they might age
And our bodies will change
But we'll still be the same
As we are

We'll still sing our song
When our hair ain't so blonde
And our children have sung
We were right

They'll sing
Grow old with me
Let us share what we see
And oh the best it could be
Just you and I

And the hairs they stand up
And my feet start to thump
Yer the feeling is dreaming
Around

You'll be the one
Make me hurt, make me come
Make me feel like I'm real
And alive

Grow old with me
Let us share what we see
And oh the best it could be
Just you and I

Grow old with me
Let us share what we see
And oh the best it could be
Just you and I


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"Grow Old with Me" as written by Tom Peter Odell

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    General CommentIf I am not mistaken, it should be "Make me hard, make me come", which means that this is a quite explicitly sexual reference.
    frangolupoon April 29, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationIn my interpretation , this song's about a very good relationship .
    The man knows her girlfriend right and wants to share even more with her till death .

    He's trying to say that whathever they'll be , they'll see , he wants to grow with her no matter what , He's not scared and ready to get old but he wants to do it well , with her .

    He says that she can believe in him because she'll be the only girlfriend and bride he will have and never want to change for her.
    The music behind shows an happily ever after Effect to me ...
    Paroxysmeaon October 05, 2014   Link

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