Past Lives

Album: Atlas (2014)
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  • I can not come back to this neighbourhood
    With out feeling my own age
    I walk past these houses where we once stood
    I see past lives but some how you're still here

    Underneath this canopy
    All light up above us
    Oh but I can see the sky
    Is not the only thing that changes rapidly

    This is not the same place I used to know
    But it still has that same old sound
    And even the lights on this yellow road
    Are the same as when this was our town

    Underneath this canopy
    All light up above us
    Oh but I can't see the sky
    Is not the only thing that changes rapidly

    And even the lights on this yellow road
    Are the same as when this was our town Writer/s: ALEXANDER WILLIAM BLEEKER, MARTIN COURTNEY, MATTHEW ANTHONY MONDANILE, POLLIS JACKSON
    Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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