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The Church – A Month Of Sundays Lyrics 10 years ago
It's a song about aging; assuming responsibilities as an adult? The parts
"It's hard to see how the tables have turned
It's hard to see how the people have learned
It's hard to watch the past drizzling past
It's hard to watch them picking the cast
And it stacks up badly that it never makes sense
You sense that sensation is who's paying the rent
And she beckons to you with her fingers and lies
She says: can't you slice the price of your paradise"

Suggest that to me, then, the first part is about having no-worries fun, as a young man, and that fun being taken away as you grow up.

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