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he was young and he was shy, he shone more light from his eyes than many candles do in their lives
he was kind and he was happy, just spent time playing sabbath in room 2 of the music department
he would lounge through the slumber of the day, he would like to hold my hand
we would meet in elliot's outhouse oft' and play, i would sing to be in the band

we were young and we were shy, but we found solace in our friends, punk and metal shows, and sports
we weren't popular or favourites, but our place around was special; learning how to be weird kids in school
we would sit on library bench each break to chat, people used to call us strange
we spent time with friends and that was that, nothing much else mattered

we were always together and i'll cherish them forever

this one time we hung out at my place in dorset; we pretended we were playing baseball
no balls or gloves, just a corn field; who can hit theirs further over the house?!
we would sling the cob into the air then laugh as it rushed out of sight
plums were next they took a beating to the chest; they flew further afield

we were always together and i'll cherish them forever
we still drink together now

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from Perennial, released July 18, 2016
YOUTH written by Laura Collett
Piano, acoustic guitar, electric bass, trumpet and vocals performed by Laura Collett
Drums performed by Lee Bridges
Electric guitar performed by Jake Skinner

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