"City Kids" as written by and Jared Hartmann James Culpepper....
Walking through the city we grew up in
Everything has changed again
I remember fighting to believe in truth
And how the good will win

When we were young, almost in love
Too scared to reach out for what was

Walking past the house that you grew up in
Man, it looks so different now
Remembering the story of your first kiss
The feeling of my heart ripped out

When we were young, almost in love
Too scared to reach out for what was
Looking back, we tried to laugh
City kids, the ghosts of past

When you were just a girl, you wrote a letter
It said that we were dearest friends
I push myself to read a little further
It said we would be 'til we're dead

But we were young, almost in love
Too scared to reach out for what was
Looking back, we tried to laugh
City kids, the ghosts of past


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