Before the start, time at separate tables Time in common And with your friends, sitting in the wings Time in common Smiling politely, I was standing in the backyard I didn't have another place to go Time in a vacuum, two-hundred waking hours
Oh yeah, do you ever think about it? Do you feel it all that much? Do you really think it matters?
Beside the water, your legs were next to mine Time in common (time in common, time in common) On the couches at other people's houses Time in common (time in common, time in common) Outside the hall, words in the right order I said it back, you said it back Brand new union, a mutual life assured Time in common
Oh yeah, do you ever think about it? Do you feel it all that much? Do you really think it matters? I tell you, I do
Pale blue dots suspended in the sky Elastic time inside a flying can By the columns at sunset The birds were rising and falling and rising Then on the platform, through the window of the train Time in common
Writer/s: Francis Keaney, Joseph Clement Russo, Thomas Russo, Marcel Tussie, Joseph Kevin White
Publisher: WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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