"Taller Children" as written by and Matthew Joseph Wigton Elizabeth Ziman....
We're all just taller children
We're all just taller children
We're all just taller children
We're all just taller children

So you think you know,
Think you know, think you know better
Just because, just because
You're old and you're wiser

Don't you know, don't you know
You don't get smarter,
You're the same as you started
You just jump a little higher

In the end we're all just taller children
In the end we're all just taller children
In the end we're all just taller children
In the end we're all just taller children

You're talking like, talking like you got it together
Mr. Wall Street Wonder, you're the man of the hour
Don't you know that you owe a call to your mother?
For such a rich pucker, thought you would have known better

In the end we're all just taller children
In the end we're all just taller children
In the end we're all just taller children
In the end we're all just taller children

If you don't slow down, what's the point of winning?
If you can't let go, you just keep on spinnig
If you don't slow down, what's the point of winning?
If you can't let go, you just keep on spinning, spinning, spinning round

Got the kid and the pretty wife, got the boss and there's your life
Take a breathe before you dive, take a breathe before you die
There's a name on the dotted line, there's a name on the dotted line
Take a breathe before you bite, take a breathe before you buy

Sit tight, sit tight, sit tight, overcharge
Sit tight, sit tight, sit tight, decaffeinated
Sit tight, sit tight, sit tight, overcharge
Sit tight, sit tight, sit tight, take a breathe before you die

Cause we're all just taller children
We're all just taller children
We're all just taller children
We're all just taller children

In the end


Lyrics submitted by JanzenZane

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