"Green and Gold" as written by and Hazel Emily Wilde....
I saw a play of your life today,
Oh, you'd never believe me.
The lines that you spoke were graceful
And cut to the core.
You had everyone gripped at the part
Where you wanted the answers.
You see violent times but you get out
Alive in the end.

You learn fear is just a fleeting thing.
You learn fear is just a fleeting thing.

You meet the love of your life
One night in early December.
Hands gripped to her hips,
As all eyes fixed to the stage.
And if ever I saw hope in all of its glory,
Well this was the part where you picked up
And started again.

You learn love is not a fleeting thing.
You learn love is not a fleeting thing.

Give my love to the one that I'll miss
And I'll always remember.
Tell him I've changed in ways
That I wish he could see,
That I live alone,
But I'm still doing the music.

I still think of the time that he stood up to me;
I think that was my favorite scene.
I think that was my favorite scene.
Yes, I think that was my favorite scene.


Lyrics submitted by IsoldeGS

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