"1994" as written by and Wainwright....
I'll wear my army coat
Cause that's all that I own
I won't forget about
The time spent so alone
You wear your navy shirt
And plaid skirt, no cell phone
Those were our better days
I'd die to be there today
In 1994 it seems so far away from 1998
We use to say that we would never let go
We use to say things were OK but now I don't know
I'm afraid to wake up so I won't
If you know any other way, I don't
Where were you before 1994?
Why did you walk away in 1998?
I can't take anymore cause 1994
It seems so far away from 1998
The songs we use to sing
The walks that we would talk
Forget about those days
A childish, nostalgic walk






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"1994" as written by Wainwright

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