"Youngblood" as written by and James Allan....
Saying nothing seems the most heroic of words we can think to say
The ghost of you and me still haunting away
I still see your soft sad as eyes, vividly
Now it's the time we physically separate

Then you'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again, you'll do it again
It's part of growing up

Off the edge of the cliff does the vehicle carrying something happy
Love is hard to grasp even when it's easy
Tangible one day, unrecognizable the next
If you look a little more closely

Then you'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again, you'll do it again
It's part of growing up

Youngblood, remember me
Look up at love, don't be careless with my heart of a boy
Look down on love, baby
From you what it destroys and erases
You'll never know
If it comes or goes
So, don't become
Before you what’s been done

Moments vanish in eternity, open arms that shut a bit more tightly
Our spirits vice tightening ever so slightly
And I still see your soft as sad eyes, vividly
Now its the time we physically separate

Then you'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again, you'll do it again
It's part of growing up

Then you'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again Youngblood
You'll do it again, you'll do it again
It's part of growing up


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