As Far as I Remember

Album: The Connection (2012)
  • This could be my last confession
    This could be my last defense
    I wish that we could learn our lesson
    I wish that we could make amends and turn the page

    As far as I remember
    It was a thing to forgive and forget
    You said that you would let go
    But I guess you didn’t mean what you said
    Now it’s time to surrender
    Because I don’t want to live with regret
    And nothing lasts forever
    As far as I remember

    This could be a new beginning
    Or this could be a brew end
    I wish that we could stop pretending
    I wish that we could make amends and turn the page

    As far as I remember
    It was a thing to forgive and forget
    You said that you would let go
    But I guess you didn’t mean what you said
    Now it’s time to surrender
    Because I don’t want to live with regret
    And nothing lasts forever
    As far as I remember

    I rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    I’d rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    I’d rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees

    As far as I remember
    It was a thing to forgive and forget
    You said that you would let go
    But I guess you didn’t mean what you said
    Now it’s time to surrender
    Because I don’t want to live with regret
    And nothing lasts forever
    As far as I remember

    I rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    I’d rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    I’d rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    (As far as I remember)

    I rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    I’d rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees
    (As far as I remember)
    I’d rather die on my feet
    Than live my life on my knees Writer/s: JACOBY DAKOTA SHADDIX, JAMES MICHAEL, JERRY ALLAN JR. HORTON, TOBIN JOSEPH ESPERANCE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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