Song Name: We're Not Getting Any Younger

Songwriter: Brian Hazard

Copyright: 2008

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Lyrics:

We're Not Getting Any Younger
©2008 Brian Hazard (ASCAP)

I say I should take you home but you want to stay here
On the beach all alone with our blankets and beer
In the dark how we ache to fulfill this hunger
Cherish it now cause we're not getting any younger

Ashes in fire pits and fires in our hearts as we move
Crashing waves in an urgent and quickening groove
Consummating the end of a perfect summer
Cherish it now cause we're not getting any younger

If I never felt this way again
That would be okay
I could die right now a happy man
Because we had today

I peel the tag off a bottle hands dripping with sweat
Write a note on the back that says "never forget"
The best moments race by in a head-twisting blur
Cherish it now cause we're not getting any younger

Just before sunrise we're caught in a warm summer shower
So we climb to the top of a dry lifeguard tower
And we're rocked to the core by the gentle thunder
Cherish it now cause we're not getting any younger

We're truly alive today
I'd trade all my tomorrows
For one more taste of this naiveté
For this naiveté
I'd trade all my tomorrows
Truly alive today
In love with the whole world today.