"As We Are Now" as written by and Callum Burrows Nicholas William Atkinson....
We've all been waitin' for this, but it always comes too quick.
Spend our days in the playground pretending not to be kids.
The girls are in the corner, already had too much to drink
Boys hide behind their laughter, like they don't care what girls think.

We'll never be as young as we are now,
The faces in the crowd are thinning out,
And I'm not saying stick around, but stick around,
And we may never have another light today, tomorrow is brand new start away,
And we'll never be as young as we are now, as we are now.

We've all been getting tired, the streets that we've outgrown
Sit indoors for hours
Now King George has lost his throne
Something out there's calling, whisper we call home
Nights that I stayed with you, cause you didn't want to be alone

We'll never be as young as we are now
The faces in the crowd are thinning out
And I'm not saying stick around, but stick around
And we may never have another light today, tomorrow is brand new start away
And we'll never be as young as we are now, as we are now

We'll never be as young as we are now
The faces in the crowd are thinning out
And I'm not saying stick around, but stick around
And we may never have another light today, tomorrow is brand new start away
And we'll never be as young as we are now, as we are now



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