As It Comes

Album: Wreckorder (2010)
  • We used to look at each other
    But now we look at the past
    We used to go out for dinner
    And feed the ducks in the park
    You say that I could be thinner
    I say retract that remark

    And I'm loving you each day
    As it comes

    I'll never let you be lonely
    As long as you're by my side
    You say you'd leave me, if only
    Another tear in the eye
    Another funeral parlor
    I'll have to get a new tie

    And I'm loving you each day
    As it comes
    Time has come
    Time has come and gone
    And all I've done comes undone
    Dada done

    As I lie here beside you
    With Jack Frost in the air
    You look like an angel
    With that net in your hair
    I kiss you softly

    But you're no longer there
    Now I'm taking every day
    As it comes
    Da da da da dum
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