20 Years From Now

Album: Single release only (2017)
  • I'm starting to wonder about my luck
    When it'll run out
    Sooner or later
    I'll be hit by a bus any day now
    Are your eyes blocked by cataracts
    You can't see how good you have it
    You're taking a smile for granted

    You're gonna wake up twenty years from now
    Wishing you gave two shits about
    All the lost moments you can never get back
    You'd trade it for anything
    Look back twenty years from now
    Wondering why you cared about
    Getting all the last words
    Just to hear your own voice
    But you weren't saying anything

    When all goes your way
    Your thoughts dissolve to nothing
    We learn to walk from falling
    So I'll kiss the curb

    You're gonna wake up twenty years from now
    Wishing you gave two shits about
    All the lost moments you can never get back
    You'd trade it for anything
    Look back twenty years from now
    Wondering why you cared about
    Getting all the last words
    Just to hear your own voice
    But you weren't saying anything

    No longer I worry about a future I can't figure out
    (This days sufficient enough for me)

    You're gonna wake up twenty years from now
    Wishing you gave two shits about
    All the lost moments you can never get back
    You'd trade it for anything
    Look back twenty years from now
    Wondering why you cared about
    Getting all the last words
    Just to hear your own voice
    But you weren't saying anything
    Never get back, you'd trade it for anything Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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