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I miss the breeze of the summer air
The sunlight against my skin
Do you remember it?
We all felt more alive

(You have to hold on)
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We tried to stay awake but we kept drifting off
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We drifted off and we drifted

You never know just what you have until it's gone
And after the ink dries
Every page of this will burn

(You have to hold on)
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We tried to stay awake but we kept drifting off
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We drifted off and we drifted
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We tried to stay awake but we kept drifting off
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We drifted off and we drifted

Hold on
Sitting with my head in my hands
Outside on the steps of my home
You can't take those moments back
So hold on and never let go
Sitting with my head in my hands
Outside on the steps of my home
You can't take those moments back
So hold on and never let go

(Hold on)
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We tried to stay awake but we kept drifting off
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We drifted off and we drifted
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We tried to stay awake but we kept drifting off
Yesterday when the wax was burning
We drifted off and we drifted



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