These Are the Days of Our Lives

“These Are The Days Of Our Lives”

Sometimes I get to feeling
I was back in the old days long ago.
When we were kids, when we were young
Things seemed so perfect. You know?

The days were endless, we were crazy, we were young.
The sun was always shining. We just lived for fun.

Sometimes it seems like lately.
I just don’t know.
The rest of my life’s been just a show.

Those were the days of our lives.
The bad things in life were so few.
Those days are all gone now,
But one thing is true
When I look and I find I still love you.

You can’t turn back the clock,
You can’t turn back the tide.
Ain’t that a shame?
I’d like to go back one time on a roller-coaster ride
When life was just a game.

No use sitting and thinking on what you did
When you can lay back and enjoy it through your kids.

Sometimes it seems like lately.
I just don’t know
Better sit back and go with the flow

‘Cause these are the days of our lives.
They’ve flown in the swiftness of time.
These days are all gone now,
But some things remain
When I look and I find no change.

Those were the days of our lives.
The bad things in life were so few.
Those days are all gone now,
But one thing’s still true
When I look and I find I still love you.

I still love you.

One Reply to “These Are the Days of Our Lives”

  1. Absolutely love this. It speaks a truth about the innocence of youth, simpler times, and dealing with problems that we believed naively were insurmountable. Turns out, these problems in retrospect were insignificant. Now as adults,
    we view the world around us, adulthood, and love significantly different. We evolved, for better or worse, and if we are lucky we realize who we are, what is important to us, and hopefully how to hold on to the innocence and goals of our childhood. Thanks for sharing!

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