In the summer
No one remembers
How cold it was
Back in December
Back in your hometown
It's hard to imagine
Walking around
In a similar fashion

I know because I've seen it
I know because I feel it
Yes I know because I've been it
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong

In the playgrounds
Dream of the future
Making your own money
Doing whatever suits you
Suddenly you're older
And so reminiscent
Of playing soldiers
And the girls you were kissing

I know because I've seen it
I know because I feel it
Yes I know because I've been it
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong

Yes I know because I've seen it
I know because I feel it
Yes I know because I've been it
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong

Look back into the world
Don't forget the world
Step into the world

In the shadows
This generation
All looked up to winners
And their low expectations

In the city
Or out in the rat race
Nothing in their pockets
But a smile on their faces

I know because I've seen it
I know because I feel it
Yes I know because I've been it
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong
Because I've seen it
I know because I feel it
Yes I know because I've been it
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong
And nobody can tell me I'm wrong


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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