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Her Space Holiday – Past Presents The Future lyrics

When I think about the world and how big it can seem
I know I can get through it all with my best friend right
Next to me, we started out as little kids and watched
Each other grow, and anywhere I went with you, I felt like
I was home, we won't worry about our future, or fret about
Our past, we'll enjoy our time together knowing that this
Quietness will last

When I think about my family and how much they've
Endured I want to wrap them in my arms and keep them
Safe and warm, but they would never know this because
I'm so far removed, fixated on my bloodline, I adopted my
Excuse, it wasn't on the radio, or on some tv show, I used it
For survival, I'm learning how to slowly let it go

When I think about my enemies and all the time we waste
Suiting up in armor for the battle that we waged, I want
To pull my t-shirt off and wave it in their face and yell out
I surrender, I no longer have the strength, so let's rip up all
The score cards, and call the game a tie, we'll both become
The winners, and walk away with a little piece of mind

When I think about my history, a collection of events filled
With important characters who mostly came and went
Regret is like a bill unpaid, it controls your every move, if you
Throw it in the violent sea, it will always come right back
To you, the past presents the future, take your hands from
Your eyes, so you can wave to all the people as you roll
Through what's left of your life

Good night to you,
I'm going home

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