Lyrics

Do you remember walking to the park? A Minnesota day in February Our boots would crunch through a spongy layer of snow Twelve years ago life seemed so arbitrary We were just two young kids who didn't know That all we had was so extraordinary We didn't know world outside our town We took for granted for us the ordinary Oh, you never know Tomorrow she might have to go So here's a song so you know I love you, so Inside our home awaits a loving mother To kiss her son and her daughter on the cheek We never worried about our absent fathers Our mother gave us more than we could need Oh, you never know Tomorrow she might have to go So here's a song so you know I love you, so We never needed more than what was offered Maybe 'cause it was all we'd ever known Sometimes the best in life is only simple A simple mother's love in a small-town home Oh, you never know Tomorrow she might have to go So here's a song so you know I love you, so I love you, so
Writer(s): Zachary Thieman Lyrics powered by www.musixmatch.com
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