Hey Sylvan what's to say
It feels so strange to sing your name this way
I'm lost for words, still looking for the one
Still searching on the tip of my tongue

Hey Sylvan do you recall
The summer we spent moving bricks and building cement walls
Through every nickname, everyone would call
We laughed along and smiled at 'em all.

And on your day everybody came
And you were there in a wooden picture frame
Reminding me of a wedding we went to
Where you cried for the bride and now she's here to cry for you

I guess we all fall in and fall out
Every good story has to end somehow
Here's you standing over, on your last bow
You left the stage on fire and they'll never put it out, never put it out

Hey Sylvan where'd you go
Yeah I know you were always leaving early from the parties we would throw
We's chase you down before you were gone
Now I wish I knew the street that you're on

Now I'd say you never went away
You're in he ground, but you're not living in a grave
I look around and I see what you gave
For the proof of a life you embraces

I guess we all fall in and fall out
Every good story has to end somehow
Here's you standing over, on your last bow
You left the stage on fire and we'll never put it out, never put it out
never put it out
sylvan
never put it out
sylvan
never put it out
sylvan
never put it out
sylvan
never put it out


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