Dream Thing

Album: Big Time (2022)
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  • I had a dream last night
    We were havin' a fight
    It lasted twenty-five years
    It was a waste of fear

    Then I ran into you
    And you just smiled at me
    Said I love the new suit you're wearin'
    Whatever that means

    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become
    I was hopin' to talk
    Some music had already begun

    I never thought that you
    Wouldn't be able to
    Put it all behind
    I guess I was blind

    Are ya all the same?
    Bitter till the end
    Did all you asked of me
    And I was just a kid

    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become
    I was hoping to talk some
    Music had already begun
    I was searchin' my mind for the words
    To that Black Captain song
    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become

    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become
    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become

    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become
    I was lookin' at old you
    Lookin' at who you've become Writer/s: Angel L. Olsen
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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