Those days were always lazy

Even with all the work

We were always close to nature

I think that's the way it was supposed to be

Through the always pleasant house

Rang the chimes

And the rooms always were filled with sun beams

And when we walked outside

The breeze would always greet us

Blowing back her hair so I could see her sky blue eyes

We always had such energy

And the air was always sweet

And even when we argued

Everything was still how it was supposed to be

We were always closer to nature

Just like we're supposed to be

We saw death, and life, and heard many lies

But we were ever so alive

Sometime before I die

I hope I'm self-sufficient

To be sun-burned, and wind kissed

If I could have that again

I may not care

That I'm alone