I drove down to Fina
But it wasn't there anymore
They replaced it with some other convenience store
I was distraught and I know that was a strange reaction
But my Dad and I would buy popsicles from there
It was my favorite thing to do when I was four
Life, it changes
Places go out of business
I should learn to deal with things like that
And then when I got older
My Dad, he got remarried and
That was okay
But he acted so bizarre
Our relationship was nothing like it was before
Life, it changes
Relationships go out of business
I should learn to deal with things like that
Maybe it'll all work out
'Cause I'm still even older now
And, I don't know everything
But I know a little something
Life, it changes
We can go to previous places
And they may not be the same
But they might just be okay, yeah
Life, it changes
Relationships go out of business
I should learn to deal with things like that
I should learn to deal with things like that


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