PAROLES

[Verse 1]
We snuck in the back of that college town frat
‘Cause they wouldn’t let us in the front
Threw their Miller time keg in a Chevrolet bed
And we let them horses run
Cut a path through the grass yellin’, « Kiss my ass »
With middle finger in the wind
We laughed, we drank, every now and then I think
Man, I’d love to do that again

[Chorus]
Those were some good times
Those were the best nights
Thе freedom you feel when you’re learnin’ to fly
And thе song on the radio was singin’ our lives
I can’t say that the moon in the sky was shinin’ any brighter than it is tonight
But it looked on fire back then
It probably wasn’t
But it seemed a little better back when

[Verse 2]
Gravel out spot by the porta-John’s
‘Bout a quarter mile from the door
Worked three weeks for a pair of cheap seats
To hear « Never wanted nothing more »
We were feelin’ that buzz from a summertime love
And a bottle tucked in a boot
It’s crazy to think that lookin’ back now
But back then, we never knew

[Chorus]
Those were some good times
Those were the best nights
The freedom you feel when you’re learnin’ to fly
And the song on the radio was singin’ our lives
I can’t say that the moon in the sky was shinin’ any brighter than it is tonight
But it looked on fire back then
It probably wasn’t
But it seemed a little better back when

[Bridge]
I ain’t sayin’ that right now ain’t right where I wanna be
But I swear time adds a little shine to a long gone memory

[Chorus]
Those were some good times
Those were the best nights
The freedom you feel when you’re learnin’ to fly
And the song on the radio was singin’ our lives
I can’t say that the moon in the sky was shinin’ any brighter than it is tonight
But it looked on fire back then
It probably wasn’t
But it seemed a little better back when

[Outro]
Yeah, it seemed a little better back when

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