I know you vie for the good ol' days And with less of us around, we were a cinch to sway Does it feel like it's the end of the world Well maybe it is, but when was it not, 'Cause it's true, me and you We are all tomorrow's food today
There's no such thing as the good ol' days The older we all get, the better we all were There's no such thing as the end of the world (But just in case!) you'd best batten down and button up Because it's true, me and you We are all tomorrow's food today
Writer/s: Benjamin Lee Kenney, Brandon Charles Boyd, Christopher E Kilmore, Jose Anthony Ii Pasillas, Michael Aaron Einziger
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