"Side Effects of Youth" as written by and Christopher Doot Andrew Murphy....
Hey, I get it.
The sun has never seemed so bright.
The colors never seemed so loud.
And there’s so many pretty girls.
I get it. But don't forget who you are
and who you were.
Because if you put passion before principle.
You'll lose. (You'll lose)
Even if you win, you'll lose. (You'll lose)
Even if you win.

It's just the side effects of youth
that make you do those foolish things you do.

Hey, surfs up.
Life comes and goes in such a blur
Just don't forget who you are and who you were.
Never put passion before principle.
(Don't forget) Who you are..and who you were…
Because even if you win you'll lose.

It's just the side effects of youth
that make you do those foolish things you do.

So don't let the shine pull you away.
Don't fall in love with a foolish game.

We are the strong ones, we have our sight.
Our feet are quick to move to do what we like.
So let's drop our passions and our lustful ways
and find some meaning in these last days.
We swim through poison. Our brains aren't bad.
(YET)
We are the visionaries.
Oh…am I getting scary?
This is the realest of the real.
This is something you can feel.
Something tangible.
Something so obtainable.
And yet so far away.
Farther than Mars,
and shooting stars,
and flying cars.
So when you gonna learn kid?
Huh?
When you gonna learn kid?

These are the side effects of you!


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"Side Effects of Youth" as written by Christopher Doot Andrew Murphy

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