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Best Of Times Lyrics

Remember days of yesterday how it flew so fast
The two score and a year we had I thought would always last
Those summer days and west coast dreams I wished would never end
A young boy and his father, idol and best friend

I'll always remember, those were the best of times
A life time together, I'll never forget

The morning shows on the radio, the Case of the Missing Dog
Lying on the pillows at the old 812 watching Harold and Maude
The record shops, the stick ball fields, my home away from home
And when we weren't together, the hours on the phone


I'll always remember, those were the best of times
I'll cherish them forever, the best of times
But then came the call, our lives changed forever more
You can pray for a change but prepare for the end

The fleeting winds of time flying through each day
All the things I should've done but time just slipped away
Remember seize the day
Life goes by in the blink of an eye with so much left to say

These were the best of times, I'll miss these days
Your spirit lit my life each day

Thank you for the inspiration, thank you for the smiles
All the unconditional love that carried me for miles
It carried me for miles
But most of all thank you for my life

These were the best of times, I'll miss these days
Your spirit lit my life each day
My heart is bleeding bad but I'll be okay
Your spirit guides my life each day

Songwriters
PETRUCCI, JOHN / PORTNOY, MICHAEL / MYUNG, JOHN / RUDESS, JORDAN

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