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Same Old Me lyrics

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Remember when it was fun, to stay up all night long
We stayed out in the sun, until those summer days were gone
Remember dressing fine, for a crazy hometown Friday night
We'd get a little wild, come Sundays we were back in line

Chorus: Remember me I'm laughing..... crazy, young and wild and free
Remember me I'm dancing .......and times are changing but I'm still the same old me

Remember when it was fun, to write a little note to your best friend
About the one who stole your heart , and what was going down on the weekend
Remember when it was fun, to sit around in the pouring rain
To see the one that stole your heart, stand around the field at the football game

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Remember when it was fun, to ride up and down on the same old street
Getting lost and holding hands 'til you found a little movie on the drive-in screen
Remember when we were young, watching that clock 'til the weekend
Played the radio way too loud and dance like a fool with your best friends

Chorus: Remember me, I drove you crazy and we were wild and free
Remember me I'm laughing and I can still dance and I'm still the same old me



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