It smells so sweet outside today
The sun smiles down, I'm in the shade
I sit and think about all my friends and how good they are
But when today is yesterday
I know that things won't stay the same
But i know that the memories won't go to far

Round and round the world will turn
Lessons taught and lessons learned
Jesus gets us through the good and bad times
And lets us know that everything will be just fine

A year's passed since I wrote this song
A lot's gone right, a lot's gone wrong
But I know that Jesus has been there right by my side
And I see the sun still shines
It shines outside and in my life
And i know that everything is gonna be just fine


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    Go to the “Softer to Me” Lyric page for a great discussion

    ducttapeguy4187on June 21, 2002   Link
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    omg i absolutly love this song!!! i don think there is one word in this song i dont love!! things wont stay the same but memories will stay...many lessons to learn

    ....and then for the rest of the song...well for school we had to make a "coat of arms" and pick a quote that tells about our life, well right away i asked if i could do lyrics and when i talked my way into doin that i found these lyrics and they fit..... everyone loved it and started using relient k and audio a lyrics it was really cool

    jessiejess88on August 23, 2002   Link
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    its about how Jesus gets us through the good and bad times. And lets us know that everything will be just fine.

    snowbeast2005on September 01, 2005   Link
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    no matter what Jesus is with us... yeah! rock on! =D

    failureofrealityon April 30, 2006   Link
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    I'm suprised this song doesnt have more comments. It's such a beautiful song.

    dom alerton August 01, 2007   Link
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    ...I really wish this song wasn't about Jesus.

    PrincessLyron August 01, 2007   Link
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    PrincessLyr Needs Jesus, and Jesus loves PrincessLyr...No matter what.

    Xaq27on November 29, 2007   Link
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    LOL. Xaq27...

    let her do what she wants! I would prefer this song not be about JC.

    captainreactionon April 02, 2008   Link
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    What album is this from?

    theheartrenderon October 02, 2009   Link
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    Sweet lyrics! Some may not relate to Jesus, but can still relate to this song, because there are sometimes rough times, and still you know that everything will be just fine.

    ilovejazz777on May 05, 2012   Link

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