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SONG FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS

Unreleased

If I could spare you junior high, I would
Stop this world, but somehow let you fly, if only I could

‘Cause I remember recess, flailing wild at some kid I barely knew.

I spent sixth grade throwing punches at the air.

You’ve got a beautiful heart

Don’t let them take it from you

And when you feel like your whole damn world just fell apart

Know that I cried when I wrote this cause I stood exactly where you are

And days like these are why we got you Nash and that guitar

Here’s a song for the next for the few, song for the next few, song for the next few years

I wish to God there was a better way

Than let this world sink its teeth in you

But you can’t really live or love if you’re afraid of falling

So here’s a song for the days you do.

You’ve got a beautiful heart

Don’t let them take it from you

And when you feel like your whole damn world just fell apart

Know that I cried when I wrote this cause I stood exactly where you are

And days like these are why we got you Nash and that guitar

Here’s a song for the next for the few, song for the next few, song for the next few years

Mom and I don’t care who you love

We only care that they love you.

You’ve got the kind of heart meant to change the world

There’s a bigger stage out there that waits for you.

You need to know you don’t have to earn our love

But know as well you couldn’t make it go away

And when the truths that come with knowing try to drag you down

Know that hearts like yours always find better days

You’ve got a beautiful heart

Don’t let them take it from you

And when you feel like your whole damn world just fell apart

Know that I cried when I wrote this cause I stood exactly where you are

And days like these are why we got you Nash and that guitar

Here’s a song for the next for the few, song for the next few, song for the next few years

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