Where did the time go?
And how did we grow up so fast?
Could it be that we want a car instead of riding in the paths?
But I know, that there's nothing wrong with that,
there's nothing wrong with that at all.
I’d change nothing if it happened again.
Wasting the time of what we should use.
Thinking back on what they said, “You were so immature.” Fuck them.
I remember oh,
We’d play ball at the end of the street.
Now we’ve got things to do, and girls to meet.
But I know, that there's nothing wrong with that,
there's nothing wrong with that at all.


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