"When We Were Kids" as written by and Kasper Larsen Jon Larsen....
When we were kids, when we were kids
We could live forever and die together
When we were young, when we were young
We could live forever and die together

One great, one great thing about growing old is
The light in your bliss, now you're young
Now you're young and you're beautiful
You can fly

What did you do to break out?
What did you do as a child?
We're going way down low

When we were kids, when we were kids
We could live forever, die together
When we were young, when we were young
We could live forever, die together

Hello, hello innocence, where did you go?
The child that I know is still here
He is still here now, set him free
Let him fly

What did you do to break out?
What did you do as a child?
We're going way down low

When we were kids, when we were kids
We could live forever, die together
When we were young, when we were young
We could live forever, die together

I'll be fine, I'll be fine down the line
'Cause we're bonded by blood
I've been worse, I've been worse than a curse
But it's all over now
And in the end, in the end you're my friend
We are blood, we are one

When we were kids, when we were kids
We could live forever, die together
When we were young, when we were young
We could live forever, die together
When we were kids, when we were kids
We could live forever and die together


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"When We Were Kids" as written by Kasper Larsen Jon Larsen

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