What We Used to Do by Grandpa Loves Rhinos

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What We Used to Do
by Grandpa Loves Rhinos

Album: Better Eat Your Wheaties

On the hood of a Buick sippin' cold hot chocolate in old New Mexico,
hot air balloons they light their flames, rise in the east with the sun the same
its just the two of us watching the show

I think I see Darth Vader, basket below his respirator
a cow and dragon dragging his tail

but just when you turn to speak,
your muscles get weak
and I wake up from my little dream

Sometimes when I sleep, I dream an old memory
so we can still do, what we used to do

Where'd you run to? are you with the mountains and huckleberries?
why does it feel so much colder in January?
i know this vest is so very unnecessary
but i swear it feels so much colder in January

Legos on the floor, bedtime stories at the door
travel gifts and "hooty hoots", with brown Sorel winter boots
but just when you turn to laugh
your voice it slurs and cracks
and i wake up from my little nap

Sometimes when i sleep, I dream new memories
and imagine again, what we could have been

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