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Did you stop to think about the olden days
About your golden days
And the forever shifting sun
Did you walk around your old school in a daze
Or were you full of praise
For all the crazy things youve done

Did you look back at the good days
Did you look back at the bad
Did you fall into a fixed gaze
Or were you just being a lad
Did you call a flop or did you shout a raise
Noone can see your face
With those sly shades that youve got on

Did you act out life as if it was a play
A new game every day
One from which you will never run
Did you look back at the lean spells
Did you look back at the goals
Did you ring all the alarm bells
Did you burst the net with holes



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