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Forever Everyday Lyrics

from Something Worth Leaving Behind

"Forever Everyday" is track #8 on the album Something Worth Leaving Behind. It was written by Kim Batton, Johnston, Devon, Oday.
"Forever Everyday" is track #8 on the album Something Worth Leaving Behind. It was written by Kim Batton, Johnston, Devon, Oday.

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I knew this kid, his name was Michael
He was only four years old
We sat on a rock and started talkin'
And he told me things I didn't know

He said yesterday he was an Indian
And how he played with buffalo
Well, I got a sense that he had been there
And he made me really wanna go

Remember waitin' all year for December
Thought God was cryin' when it rained
And that the stars were fireflies
Dreams were real and big as life
It was forever everyday

I was tuckin' in my little girl
She held my hand and we said a prayer
And I prayed, "Bless Grandma with the Angels"
And she said, "Hey mom, she's standin' over there"

Well, I couldn't see her but I don't doubt it
Maybe 'cause I'm older and less wise
What if Heaven's all around us
But only seen through children's eyes

Remember waitin' all year for December
Thought God was cryin' when it rained
And that the stars were fireflies
Dreams were real and big as life
It was forever everyday

But they say when you're old you're a child again
But do we have to wait 'till then

Remember waitin' all year for December
Thought God was cryin' when it rained
And that the stars were fireflies
Dreams were real and big as life
It was forever everyday
Forever

I knew this kid his name was Michael

Songwriters
KIM BATTON, JOHNSTON, DEVON, ODAY

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