Time Served

  • You and I,
    We were chasing the sun
    You know it pulled us under
    But I do not wonder why.

    Yeah You and I
    We never told anyone
    but we could not see
    The forest for the fire

    We're gonna call it off tonight
    Cause I don't have the time to fight
    I will not sing an unkind word
    she let me walk on
    On time served

    you and i
    Just kids having fun
    You knew better
    You still walked down the aisle

    You and I
    While we're still young
    We can move along
    And maybe later on
    You and I
    Learn to love another one

    There's no doubt, she feels the same
    She gave back my family name
    I will not sing an unkind word
    She let me walk on
    On time served

    Yeah You and I
    We never told anyone Writer/s: DONOVAN CLARK WOODS, JOSEPH LANDRETH, STUART DANIEL CAMERON, DONOVAN WOODS, JOEY LANDRETH, STUART CAMERON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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