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Heartland, I Loved Her First Lyrics

Megan was looking for a song for her daddy-daughter dance Monday night and I saw this one on the list and remembered how much I loved it. I quickly downloaded it from iTunes, played it for her and she was sold. I’ve found myself signing it constantly since then and I’m hoping that I can dance with our daughter to this song on her wedding day!

I Loved Her First, as performed by Heartland:

Heartland - I Loved Her First - Single - I Loved Her First

Look at the two of you dancing that way
Lost in the moment and each others face
So much in love you’re alone in this place
Like there’s nobody else in the world
I was enough for her not long ago
I was her number one
She told me so
And she still means the world to me
Just so you know
So be careful when you hold my girl
Time changes everything
Life must go on
And I’m not gonna stand in your way

I loved her first. I held her first.
And a place in my heart will always be hers
From the first breath she breathed
When she first smiled at me
I knew the love of a father runs deep
And I prayed that she’d find you someday
But its still hard to give her away
I loved her first

How could that beautiful woman with you
Be the same freckle face kid that I knew?
The one that I read all those fairy tales to
And tucked into bed all those nights
And I knew the first time I saw you with her
It was only a matter of time

I loved her first. I held her first.
And a place in my heart will always be hers
From the first breath she breathed
When she first smiled at me
I knew the love of a father runs deep
And I prayed that she’d find you someday
But its still hard to give her away
I loved her first

From the first breath she breathed
When she first smiled at me
I knew the love of a father runs deep
Someday you might know what I’m going through
When a miracle smiles up at you
I loved her first

modified from CoyboyLyrics.

Then

Brad Paisley – Then
Brad Paisley - Then (Single Edit) - Single - Then

I remember
Trying not to stare
the night i first me you
You had me memorized
three weeks later
in the front porch light
taking forty five minutes
to kiss good night
I hadn’t told you then
I thought I loved you then

(Chorus)
now you’re my whole life
now you’re my whole world
I just cant believe
the way i feel about you girl
Like the river meets the sea
strong then its ever been
we’ve come so far since that day
and I thought I loved you then

I remember
Taking you back
To right where I first met you
you were so surprised
there were people around
but i didn’t care
I got down on one knee
right there once again
I thought i loved you then

(Chorus)
now your my whole life
now you’re my whole world
I just cant believe
the way i feel about you girl
Like the river meets the sea
stronger then its ever been
we’ve come so far since that day
and I thought i loved you then

(break)

I can just see with you
with a baby on the way
i can just see you
when your hair is turning gray
what i cant see
Is how I’m never gonna love you more
but I’ve said that before

now you’re my whole life
now you’re my whole world
I just cant believe
the way i feel about you girl
You’ll look back some day
at this moment that we’re in
and ill look at you and say
and i thought i loved you then
and i thought i loved you then

Source: CowboyLyrics

Sittin’ on a Bench at West Town Mall

Wow, two nights in a row. What must be wrong? Today was quite interesting. I guess in many ways it was a typical Sunday, but it was different in many ways. First off, all I wanted to do was sleep this morning and I really didn’t want to get up and get going for church. I pulled myself out of bed about 8:30 to make breakfast, prepare a lesson and have time to get ready with all the other stuff. I still barely made it to my first meeting at 11.

The Diffley’s spoke today a lot on education and preparing for the future. The typical talks about saving money, getting a good education, etc. I do keep wondering if I should go back to school, but I don’t know why I would do such a thing. It isn’t going to help me advance in my current job, but maybe I could learn something that would help me or maybe I just do it for the sake of doing it. Then reality hits me and I have to ask when in the world would I make time for school amongst the other things I’m already doing? Something would have to give and I’d have to start practicing a lot more selective neglect.

The Diffley’s spoke tonight at branch prayer about relationships. It wasn’t the typical marriage talk, but they kind of continued from some things they had mentioned this afternoon. Whenever possible marry someone within your race and your religion. It makes things easier down the road, especially when children come into the picture. I’d like to think I can handle that, but sometimes I wonder at 27 if that is going to happen. I may have the house and the car for the family, but there is no family in what I can see. They shared the experience of their first date. Sister Diffley said it was the best first date she’d ever had. Paul was the perfect gentleman. They had a nice dinner in Balboa and then she said something about a place in Westwood that had an ice cream with something on top and he said let’s go! I thought that sounded so totally like me. Drive to Arizona for dinner? OK. Vegas for dessert? No problem.

They said you need to communicate well. There will be give and takes. You need some common interests and similarities. I agreed with everything they said. I was happy I went as I was considering not going so I could write to Tara and get to bed at a reasonable time. I still did write to Tara, and I’m not getting to bed when I should, especially considering my sleep deficit I already have from this past weekend. This probably isn’t going to help my resolve to get up early and get back in the habit of reading in the mornings.

This was the second Sunday in a row that I didn’t go to the Dowden’s. This time it was their fault! Sister Dowden wasn’t feeling well so she cancelled dinner. I couldn’t eat anyway, so I guess it didn’t matter. I was so starving when I came home from church, but nothing sounded good. I ate a bit of Maegan’s leftovers from Oscar’s, but they just weren’t cutting it. I guess I’m going to be trying a new diet of not eating much. I love food so much that it really gets to me when I don’t feel like eating.

I gave a lesson in elders quorum today on Elder Wirthlin’s talk “Come What May, and Love It.” When I first read it yesterday it wasn’t really speaking to me, but this morning I was getting all sorts of good things out of it and President Monson’s talk “Finding Joy in the Journey.” I didn’t have much time, so we only covered the first one briefly in elders quorum today, but I got the benefit of studying both of them! It is quite possible that my favorite story from conference was the one Elder Wirthlin shared of his daughter and the blind date that turned out to be there to pick up one of the other daughters for baby-sitting. He suggest we learn to laugh at things and not get stressed over the trivial things. I can think of many times when I’ve laughed things off. I love it when people are in such a hurry to get to the next red light! He also counsels that we should seek for the eternal instead of getting caught up in the moment. The parking spot doesn’t matter in the big picture. I’m a big believer in that good things come from adversity and our trials, which was his third point: the principle of compensation. Finally he suggests we “put our trust in our Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ.” Sometimes this is the hardest one, but the hardest things also come with the richest rewards.

I also really enjoyed President Monson’s talk on fining joy in the journey. It reminds me of the song Simple Miracles performed by Emerson Drive:

It’s a dream that never dies
It’s the wonder in your eyes
it’s the magic in your touch
Every star and every wish
I wake each day and live
A life that’s filled with simple miracles

We really need to spend more time stopped and smelling the roses, enjoying a butterfly in flight and all the other simple miracles that surround us everyday.

I guess I might as well get used to it;
She’ll take her time ’cause I don’t mind
Waitin’ on a woman
(slightly modified from Brad Paisley’s Waitin’ on a Woman)

Stealing Cinderella

I worked from home this morning before going to work a wedding at GT early this afternoon. I can’t really think of anything to report from either. After the wedding I went to help Larilyn and her coworkers pack up their building at the Boys and Girls Club. They have closed the unit at Bonsall Elementary and are moving the building tomorrow. It must be really hard to have a program you have put so much time and effort into disappear in front of you. I can kind of relate, but I know it’s not the same.

I think I have a new favorite song. It’s by Chuck Wicks and is entitled “Stealing Cinderella.” It talks about a guy going to his future father in law to ask for his daughters hand in marriage. He is left in a room with pictures of her, playing Cinderella, riding her first bike, etc. where he realizes that to her father she will always be Cinderella, that he may be prince charming in her eyes, but that in her father’s eyes, he is simply stealing Cinderella.

Chuck Wicks - Stealing Cinderella - Single - Stealing Cinderella

I came to see her daddy for sit down man to man
It wasn’t any secret I’d be asking for her hand
I guess that’s why he left me waiting in the living room by myself
with at least a dozen pictures of her sitting on a shelf

[Chorus;]

She was playing Cinderella
She was riding her first bike
Bouncing on the bed and looking for a pillow fight
Running through the sprinkler with a big popsicle grin
Dancing with her dad, looking up at him
In her eyes I’m Prince Charming
But to him I’m just some fella
riding in and stealing Cinderella

I leaned in towards those pictures to get a better look at one
When I heard a voice behind me say “Now, ain’t she something, son?”
I said “Yes, she quite a woman” and he just stared at me
Then I realized that in his eyes she would always be

Playing Cinderella
Riding her first bike
Bouncing on the bed and looking for a pillow fight
Running through the sprinkler with a big popsicle grin
Dancing with her dad, looking up at him
In her eyes I’m Prince Charming
But to him I’m just some fella, riding in and stealing Cinderella

He slapped me on the shoulder
Then he called her in the room
When she threw her arms around him
That’s when I could see it too:

She was Playing Cinderella
Riding her first bike
Bouncing on the bed and looking for a pillow fight
Running through the sprinklers with a big popsicle grin
Dancing with her dad, looking up at him
If he gives me a hard time
I can’t blame the fella
I’m the one who’s stealing Cinderella
(Source: kovideo.)

It made me think about the time when I go to see someone’s father to ask for his blessing. That is going to be a hard day, but also such a joyous day. I don’t know if I will ever be truly ready for something like that.

And tomorrow is the big day. I’m anxious to see what will unfold from tomorrow. I guess time will tell. Good night!

The Car in Front of Me

I saw Luke Bryan in concert last week. He didn’t sing this song, but in preparing for the concert I came across it on his album. The first time I heard it, I was crying. It’s just so much. It’s probably too sad for most people, but I like it.

Check it out:
Luke Bryan - Luke Bryan - EP - The Car In Front of Me

I just transcribed these through the song once, so they may not be completely correct.

Homecoming parade, you were the queen
I was riding right behind you with the rest of the team
saw my ring on your finger as you waved to the crowd
I didn’t know a second stringer could ever be so proud

the car in front of me was carrying what i loved more than anything
my sweetest dream was in the car in front of me

On wednesday nights, we’d meet at church
you’d bring the kids, and i’d come straight from work
going home I’d read their lips through the window of your van
as they sang Jesus loves me, i thought God I’m a lucky man

the car in front of me was carrying what i loved more than anything
my sweetest dream was in the car in front of me

even after what the doctor said
you were strong and you believed
and you held us all together through one more spring

their little hands held on to mine
as we sat in that backseat with tears in our eyes
long line of headlights
strangers stopped along the road
no monday wasn’t meant for wearing Sunday clothes

the car in front of me was carrying what i loved more than anything
oh my sweetest dream was in the car in front of me

iTunes doesn’t give credit to anyone other than Luke Bryan, so my apologies to whoever may have actually written it if it wasn’t Luke.

How’d ya like to be in my wedding

I heard this song over the ceiling speakers at a gas station in Yuma on my way to Tucson on Tuesday. I heard the first line of the chorus and just stopped to listen to it. I think this is an awesome song. My applause to Dusty Drake and whoever wrote the lyrics!


Dusty Drake - Say Yes (Deluxe Version) - Single - Say Yes

We’ve only known each other since the moment we met
But it seems like forever to me
I haven’t figured out the perfect way to say it yet
But I suppose at times like these
A man should get down on his knees

How’d ya like to be in my wedding
And how’d ya like to walk down the aisle
You could be the center of attention
Everyone would look at you and smile
We could send our friends invitations
You could wear a long white dress
If you’d like to be in my wedding, darlin’
All ya have to do is say, “Yes”

Your folks could be seated in the very front row
And cry when we all turn to look at you
We could cut the cake
And we could strike a pose
Like the little bitty plastic bride and groom
And then begin our life-long honeymoon

How’d ya like to be in my wedding
How’d ya like to walk down the aisle
You could be the center of attention
Everyone would look at you and smile
We could send our friends invitations
You could wear a long white dress
If you’d like to be in my wedding, darlin’
All ya have to do is say, “Yes”

Say, “Yes”
Say, “Yes”
(How’d ya like to be in my wedding)
Please say, “Yes”
(How’d ya like to be in my wedding)
Say, “Yes”
(How’d ya like to be in my wedding)
(How’d ya like to be in my wedding)
(How’d ya like to be in my wedding)

DUSTY DRAKE SAY YES LYRICS

Daylight Savings is Not a Miracle

I must admit that while I’m not a fan of daylight savings, or any of this time change bologna, I think it went over fairly well this morning. I changed my clocks when I got home last night, so I actually got to bed somewhat early. I got up extra early since you can only have two digits and no decimal in the alarm field on the Treo, and I needed to add an extra hour to it, but it gave me some time to get some reading done and get prepared for Church.

Church o’ Bob went well this morning. Batch was out playing hooky or something, so I got the pleasure of doing sound. Aside from setting up the drum mics and the drummer deciding not to play drums, it all went well. We got soundcheck done and out of the way quickly and the whole thing went fairly well. OK, so I forgot to pause the recording CD once the sermon started, but oh well!

I got to play with SBS some more today, got Exchange running and migrated some user settings. The wizards are pretty cool, and I was really happy with the way it joined computers to the domain and copied the settings over. It even added the Exchange account to Outlook (after installing it automatically) and kept a copy of the old personal folders in the new Outlook! This could make for a real simple installation at GT, and I’m thinking that Exchange could solve Brand’s problems as well.

Real church went well also. We talked about miracles in Sunday School. A line from the Bible Dictionary has sat with me since then: “Christianity is founded on the greatest of all miracles, the resurrection of our Lord. If that be admitted, other miracles cease to be improbable.” It also makes me think about the song, Simple Miracles, by Emerson Drive.

(Richard Marx/Gary Harrison)

When I got up this morning, you were still asleep
Then the rain tapped on my window, if reminding me
To make out a list of every single gift
That you give me everyday

(Chorus:)
It’s a dream that never dies
It’s the wonder if your eyes
It’s the magic in your touch
Every star and every wish
I wake each day and live
A life that’s filled with simple miracles

Sometimes in the madness, I tend to forget
And I take your love for granted
I should hold you close instead
Let me say right now, so there’s no doubt
All the things you are to me

(Chorus)

And as time goes by the more that I find
That my life is in much bigger hands than mine

(Chorus)

(cowboylyrics.com)

Defying Gravity – Wicked lyrics

Defying Gravity – Wicked lyrics

GLINDA
Why couldn’t you have stayed calm, for once! Instead of flying off the handle — !

I hope you’re happy
I hope you’re happy now
I hope you’re happy how you’ve
Hurt your cause forever
I hope you think you’re clever

ELPHABA
I hope you’re happy
I hope you’re happy too
I hope you’re proud how you would
Grovel in submission
To feed your own ambition

GLINDA & ELPHABA
So though I can’t imagine how
I hope you’re happy
Right now

GLINDA
Elphie, listen to me. Just say you’re sorry!

You can still be with The Wizard
What you’ve worked and waited for
You can have all you ever wanted –

ELPHABA
I know
But I don’t want it – No!
I can’t want it anymore

Something has changed within me
Something is not the same
I’m through with playing by
The rules of someone else’s game
Too late for second-guessing
Too late to go back to sleep
It’s time to trust my instincts
Close my eyes
And leap…

It’s time to try defying gravity
I think I’ll try defying gravity
And you can’t pull me down

GLINDA
Can’t I make you understand
You’re having delusions of grandeur?

ELPHABA
I’m through accepting limits
Cuz someone says they’re so
Some things I cannot change
But till I try I’ll never know
Too long I’ve been afraid of
Losing love I guess I’ve lost
Well if that’s love
It comes at much too high a cost

I’d sooner buy defying gravity
Kiss me goodbye, I’m defying gravity
And you can’t pull me down!

Glinda, come with me. Think of what we could do – together!

Unlimited
Together we’re unlimited
Together we’ll be the greatest team
There’s ever been – Glinda!
Dreams the way we planned ’em

GLINDA
If we work in tandem

GLINDA & ELPHABA
There’s no fight we cannot win
Just you and I, defying gravity
With you and I defying gravity

ELPHABA
They’ll never bring us down!

Well, are you coming?

(GLINDA decides to stay behind.)

GLINDA
I hope you’re happy
I hope your happy now that your choosing this –

ELPHABA
You too–
I hope it brings you bliss

GLINDA & ELPHABA
I really hope you get it
And you don’t live to regret it
I hope you’re happy in the end
I hope you’re happy my friend

ELPHABA
So if you care to find me
Look to the Western sky!
As someone told me lately
Everyone deserves the chance to fly
And if I’m flying solo
At least I’m flying free
To those who ground me
Take a message back from me!

Tell them how I am defying gravity
I’m flying high, defying gravity
And soon I’ll match them in renown
And nobody in all of Oz
No Wizard that there is or was
Is ever gonna bring me down!!

GLINDA
I hope you’re happy

CITIZENS OF OZ
Look at her
She’s wicked
Get her!!

ELPHABA
Bring me down!

CITIZENS OF OZ
No one mourns the wicked
So we got to bring her –

ELPHABA
Ahhhh!

CITIZENS OF OZ
–Down!

For Good

ELPHABA
I’m limited:
Just look at me – I’m limited
And just look at you –
You can do all I couldn’t do, Glinda
So now it’s up to you
(spoken) For both of us
(sung) Now it’s up to you:

GLINDA
I’ve heard it said
That people come into our lives for a reason
Bringing something we must learn
And we are led
To those who help us most to grow
If we let them
And we help them in return
Well, I don’t know if I believe that’s true
But I know I’m who I am today
Because I knew you:

Like a comet pulled from orbit
As it passes a sun
Like a stream that meets a boulder
Halfway through the wood
Who can say if I’ve been changed for the better?
But because I knew you
I have been changed for good

ELPHABA
It well may be
That we will never meet again
In this lifetime
So let me say before we part
So much of me
Is made of what I learned from you
You’ll be with me
Like a handprint on my heart
And now whatever way our stories end
I know you have re-written mine
By being my friend:
Like a ship blown from its mooring
By a wind off the sea
Like a seed dropped by a skybird
In a distant wood
Who can say if I’ve been changed for the better?
But because I knew you:

GLINDA
Because I knew you:

BOTH
I have been changed for good

ELPHABA
And just to clear the air
I ask forgiveness
For the things I’ve done you blame me for

GLINDA
But then, I guess we know
There’s blame to share

BOTH
And none of it seems to matter anymore

GLINDA ELPHABA
Like a comet pulled Like a ship blown
From orbit as it Off it’s mooring
Passes a sun, like By a wind off the
A stream that meets Sea, like a seed
A boulder, half-way Dropped by a
Through the wood Bird in the wood

BOTH
Who can say if I’ve been changed for the better?
I do believe I have been changed for the better?

GLINDA
And because I knew you:

ELPHABA
Because I knew you:

BOTH
Because I knew you:
I have been changed for good.

Right Here

Right Here
Hawk Nelson
Letters to the President


iTunes

Every time I see you I can see right through you
Knowing I could never change your mind
I look into your eyes for the last time
I have realized for the first time

While everyone is around I’ll take a moment
To let you know that I’m down

Have all my questions been ignored?
This time I’m walking out the door

don’t know if I’ll ever know why
Or hear the sound when angel’s cry
What you said to me late last night
I’ll remember for the rest of my life
Every night when I close my eyes
I see the ways that you’ve touched my life
And I want you to know that I’ll
Always be right here

Time stands still, so do I, leave me here
But for now I will go and I won’t say nothing
Every time I hear that sound. it reminds me that
You’re always hanging around

Have all my questions been ignored?
This time I’m walking out the door

don’t know if I’ll ever know why
Or hear the sound when angel’s cry
What you said to me late last night
I’ll remember for the rest of my life
Every night when I close my eyes
I see the ways that you’ve touched my life
And I want you to know that I’ll
Always be right here

These are the days these are the moments that pass us by
We ask the questions but we never really find out why

Pull my card right from the bottom
Reminds me of the things we’ve forgotten
That road trip we look back in autumn
The time we left and went back and got ‘em

These are the days these are the moments that pass us by

Don’t know if I’ll ever know why
Or hear the sound when angel’s cry
What you said to me late last night
I’ll remember for the rest of my life
Every night when I close my eyes
I see the ways that you’ve touched my life
And I want you to know that I’ll
Always be right here

36 Days


iTunes

Gone away far from home, the weekend’s over
Let’s pack up and start again
Twenty days on the road, just left Port Dover
With sixteen to go

I just called my mom to tell her I miss her
I just wrote my girl
Man I can’t remember the last time I kissed her
Soon I’ll be at home with all my friends
After thirty-six days on the road

Lights go down the noise has faded
We’ll leave this town anticipated
Soon we’ll be back on the road again
All is lost, but not forgotten
One by one the fights we’ve fought
And soon we’ll be back on the road again
For thirty-six days

We turn around, face the crowd
We’re starting over
This time north of L.A.
Once again here we are
It’s a new beginning
I’d live this life any day

I feel so alive, though a part of me is gone
And this life I lead, is the life I’ve dreamed of
Since I was the age of twelve
Now I’ll sing with all this is within me
After thirty-six days on the road

Lights do down the noise has faded
We leave this town anticipated
Soon we’ll be back on the road again
All is lost, but not forgotten
One by one the fights we’ve fought
And soon we’ll be back on the road again
And soon we’ll be back on the road again
Soon we’ll be back on the road again
For thirty-six days

Every Little Thing


iTunes

I saw her yesterday
and I’ve never felt the feeling
like the one I felt today
and now
it’s taking over me
I’ve never met anyone like you
cuz I never could find the words to write you

she’s been on my mind (she’s working overtime)
she’s got perfect reason’s
said she loves to talk to Jesus
I think I believe her when she says
life could be so simple if we all just learned to pray

she’s got every little thing I wanted
and it still feels just like the day it started
I’ll say good bye to the broken hearted
and I could never express the way
I felt before tonight

she sits there all alone
she’s reading from the chapter
that she sometimes calls her own
and now
she’s taking over me
this girl I once rejected
has now become the girl of my dreams

she’s got every little thing I wanted
and it still feels just like the day it started
I’ll say good bye to the broken hearted
and I could never express the way
I felt before tonight

she’s not an ordinary girl,
I can see it in her eyes
I’m just an ordinary boy
God must have heard my prayers last night

she’s been on my mind
she’s working overtime
she’s got perfect reason’s
said she loves to talk to Jesus
I think I believe her when she says
life could be so simple if we all just learned to pray

every little thing I wanted
and it still feels just like the day it started
so say good bye to the broken hearted
and I could never express the way
I felt before tonight

she’s not an ordinary girl,
I can see it in her eyes
I’m just an ordinary boy
God must have heard my prayers last night

Take Me


iTunes

Can you hear me? Does anyone around me
Feel the way that I feel now?
‘Cause from the window where I sometimes cry
I just want to see your face tonight
And I’m willing to lose everything I am

[Chorus]
‘Cause I need you more than ever
I need your help to find where I’ve been going wrong so far

Take me under your wing tonight
Make me so perfect in your eyes
Hold on ’cause it will be alright
You’re not alone.

When you’re near me, I feel like I just found me
In the traces of the boy from yesterday
But in a world that is so black and white
I will take the steps to change my life
And I won’t be coming back to here again

I need your loving hand to guide me
Through the maze of all the things inside me
Then I’ll know that I’m alright

[Chorus]
‘Cause I need you more than ever
I need your help to find where I’ll be going wrong so far

Take me under your wing tonight
Make me so perfect in your eyes
Hold on ’cause it will be alright
You’re not alone

Please help me get from worse to better
Before these tears soak through this lonely sweater
And let me know that I’m alright
I still have one strike of this match left
And I’m holding on to my last breath
And its getting a little dark around to see here

Take me under your wing tonight
Make me so perfect in your eyes
Hold on ’cause it will be alright
You’re not alone

Take me under your wing tonight
Make me so perfect in your eyes
Hold on it will be alright
You’re not alone

And you’ll be here forever, forever you’ll stay
And you promised to love me, you’ll love me always
You’ll love me for always, you’ll love me for always
Always

Broken

Stupid iTunes doesn’t have this song… sorry…

I wanted you to know I love the way you laugh
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain away
I keep your photograph and I know it serves me well
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain

‘Cause I’m broken when I’m lonesome
And I don’t feel right when you’re gone away
You’ve gone away, you don’t feel me, anymore

The worst is over now and we can breathe again
I wanna hold you high, you steal my pain away
There’s so much left to learn, and no one left to fight
I wanna hold you high and steal your pain

‘Cause I’m broken when I’m open
And I don’t feel like I am strong enough
‘Cause I’m broken when I’m lonesome
And I don’t feel right when you’re gone away

I spent the morning …


Fallen

I spent the morning at an old friend’s grave
Flowers and amazing grace he was a good man
But he spent his whole life spinning his wheels
Never knowing how the real thing feels
He never took a chance or took the time to dance
And I stood there thinking as I said goodbye
Today’s the first day of the rest of my life

Chorus:
I’m gonna stop looking back start moving on
And learn how to face my fears
Love with all of my heart make my mark
I wanna leave something here
Go out on a ledge without any net
That’s what I’m gonna be about
Yeah I wanna be running when the sand runs out

Cause people do it every day promise themselves they’re gonna change
I’ve been there
But I’m changing from the inside out that was then this is now
I’m a new man yeah I’m a brand new man
And when they carve my stone they’ll write these words
Here lies a man who lived life for all it was worth

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