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(Monty Criswell/Lee Thomas Miller)

Skippin?school when I was a senior
My brother抯 I'd and some cheap beer
Freebird blasting on the radio
Mama didn抰 like it but I let my hair grow

And I remember you and me
Drawing hearts in the window steam
Holding on to seventeen
Those days ain抰 ever coming back
Swept away by the winds of change
Time only moves one way
Baby out of all the things I抳e had to let go
I miss you the most

Back row of the drive-in in my old coupe
Fumbling through the innocence of my youth
With our initials overlooking the town
Back before they tore the water tower down

And I remember you and me
Drawing hearts in the window steam
Holding on to seventeen
Those days ain抰 ever coming back
Swept away by the winds of change
Time only moves one way
Baby out of all the things I抳e had to let go
I miss you the most

Hey I remember you and me
Drawing hearts in the window steam
Holding on to seventeen
Those days ain抰 ever coming back
Swept away by the winds of change
Time only moves one way
Baby out of all the things I抳e had to let go
I miss you the most
I抦 missin?you the most



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