• Never Die Young

    by  • March 7, 2015 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 0 Comments

    I remember we shared this song a lot…
    and “thank you”…..

    We should always remember those who have it harder,
    and “hold them up”, huh?

    “Never Die Young” (James Taylor)

    We were ring-around-the-rosy children, they were circles around the sun.
    Never give up, never slow down, never grow old, never ever die young.

    Synchronized with the rising moon, even with the evening star,

    they were true love written in stone, they were never alone, they were never that far apart.

    And we who couldn’t bear to believe they might make it, we had to close our eyes.
    Cut up our losses into doable doses, ration our tears and sighs.

    Oh, you could see them on the street on a Saturday night.
    Everyone used to run them down.

    They’re a little too sweet, they’re a little too tight, not enough tough for this town.

    Couldn’t touch them with a ten-foot pole, no, it didn’t seem to rattle them at all.
    They were glued together body and soul, that much more with their backs up against the wall.

    Oh, hold them up, hold them up, never do let them fall
    pray to the dust and the rust and the ruin that names us and claims us and shames us all.

    I guess it had to happen someday soon- wasn’t nothing to hold them down.

    They would rise from among us like a big balloon, take the sky, forsake the ground.

    Oh, yes, though their hearts were broken, yes their dreams ran dry

    but our golden ones sail on, sail on to another land beneath another sky.
    (Let other hearts be broken, let other dreams run dry)
    but our golden ones sail on, sail on
    to another land beneath another sky, beneath another sky.

    Hold them up, hold them up, hold them up, hold them up, hold them up, hold them up…
    (Hold them up, don’t let them fall).

    I will heed your advise to always life others in life UP!!

    Let’s HOLD THEM UP!!!!

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