My Best Days Are Ahead of Me

Album: My Best Days (2010)
Charted: 82
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  • Blowing out the candles on another birthday cake
    Old enough to look back and laugh at my mistakes
    Young enough to look at the future and like what I see
    My best days are ahead of me

    Life hasn't always been a party
    But mostly it's been good
    There's only one or two things that I'd change if I could
    I don't get lost in the past or get stuck in some sad memory, yeah
    My best days are ahead of me

    Age ain't nothing but a number
    Sometimes I have to wonder
    "What does it really mean?"
    But hey I'm still putting it together
    I keep getting better
    If I keep getting better
    I can be whatever I want to be
    My best days are ahead of me

    Age ain't nothing but a number
    Sometimes I have to wonder
    "What does it really mean?"
    Hey I'm still putting it together
    I keep getting better
    If I keep getting better
    I can be whatever I want to be
    My best days are ahead of me

    I've got sunsets to witness
    Dreams to dance with
    Beaches to walk on
    And lovers to kiss
    There's a whole lot of world out there
    That I can't wait to see
    My best days are ahead of me
    My best days are ahead of me Writer/s: Kent Blazy, Marv Green
    Publisher: ME GUSTA MUSIC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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