When our column advanced
And we saw what we'd done
We were sure that we could never
Tell the folks back home
Said my father to me
"I had just turned sixteen
And we were walking
From my school to his apartment alone"
And he said
"You'd think the world you're in
Would always remain
But some worlds can just disappear
Some worlds you enter just for seconds at a time
And some last until you're forgiven"
When my mother and me
Take the drive into town
I can't tell if she's lost in thought
Or lost where we are
She turns the radio to 92 Star
Where Ronnie Milsap sings
What he would not have missed it for
And she says, "What do you think
You're gonna do with your life?"
And I say, "You've got to teach me to drive"
She just laughs at that and musses my hair
And says, "Kid, you're lucky to be alive"
|1||I'm So Glad|
|2||Star Of The Age|
|3||Believing Makes It Easy|
|4||Pushing The River|
|5||Run The Banner Down|
|6||Open Your Houses|
|1||Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros|
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