The Lumineers – Left for Denver

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What time was it when you were only 18 years old?
You crossed the street, you crossed your legs
You came across a little cold

And it was all, it was all
Falling apart (Falling apart)

What time, what time was it
When you were in the eighth grade?
You brought the bags up to the high school
You spied me in the rain
And it was all for, for a weekend
And it was all, all still falling apart

I didn’t say you’d be better off if you quit
Everyone left as you held on longer than the rest
What made you leave, and when you did you left for Denver, why?
What did you know that I did not?
That I did not?

Oh is it one, or is it two, or is it three kids now?
They mark the time, they draw the lines around your eyelids now
And is it all still, for the weekend?
Is it all, all still falling apart?

I didn’t say you’d be better off if you quit
Everyone left as you held on longer than the rest
What made you leave, and when you did you left for Denver, why?
What did you know that I did not?
That I did not

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