It’s bittersweet, and hard to think, back on all those times
We spent together out on the farm, summer days and summer nights
Popcorn and movies, video games we’d play
It’s a picture of us, frozen in time, and we never seem to age
Knowing you’re gone jolts me to reality, where my heart rusts in this cage
As the dial tone drones on, and my hands begin to shake
Wishing I could call you again just for old time’s sake...
Sort of strange here without you, my life’s been torn and frayed
Not really in a good place right now I just sleepwalk through the days
Been months since you left us, still my tears spell out your name
It’s hard for me to even speak on you without a drink to numb the pain
I just hope that through your endless struggles that I helped you in some way
Try to make sense of it all, but my hands they start to shake
Wishing I could hear you laugh again just for old time’s sake...
They say life is like a record, only so many songs to play
I’m getting to the end of it now, I can hear the coda fade
As the revolutions slow, pops and clicks they ease away
There’s a couple of songs I’d like to hear again, but you cannot press replay
So I’ll just hum them to myself at night, the greatest hits of our days
Until the darkness moves in, and my hands they stop their shakes
I’m reunited with your light again for old time’s sake...
Until the darkness it moves in, and my hands they stop their shakes
And I’m reunited with your light again for old time’s sake...