The Nights

Hey, once upon a younger year

When all our shadows disappeared

The animals inside came out to play

Hey, when face to face with all our fears

Learned our lessons through the tears

Made memories we knew would never fade



One day my father—he told me,

"Son, don't let it slip away"

He took me in his arms, I heard him say,



"When you get older

Your wild life will live for younger days

Think of me if ever you're afraid."



He said, "One day you'll leave this world behind

So live a life you will remember."

My father told me when I was just a child

These are the nights that never die

My father told me



When thunder clouds start pouring down

Light a fire they can't put out

Carve your name into those shinning stars

He said, "Go venture far beyond the shores.

Don't forsake this life of yours.

I'll guide you home no matter where you are."



One day my father—he told me,

"Son, don't let it slip away."

When I was just a kid I heard him say,



"When you get older

Your wild life will live for younger days

Think of me if ever you're afraid."



He said, "One day you'll leave this world behind

So live a life you will remember."

My father told me when I was just a child

These are the nights that never die

My father told me



These are the nights that never die

My father told me

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The Nights
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