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All My Friends - Lyrics

All my friends have grown up
They're working in the city and all take drugs
It's all about the good life
Cheating on their poor wives
But when I see them nothing ever seems to change at all

We're not old
But we're not as young as we used to be
Half way to obscurity
But we feel fine
We got told
That our dreams would not amount to much
But maybe I believe in us
And we'll be fine

All my friends have it rough
They stay at home with their kids saving up
What happened to the bar fights
When we would stay out all night
Just to start it all again
We didn't care so much

We're not old
But we're not as young as we used to be
Half way to obscurity
But we feel fine
We got told
That our dreams would not amount to much
But maybe I believe in us
And we'll be fine

We're not old
But we're not as young as we used to be
Half way to obscurity
But we feel fine
We got told
That our dreams would not amount to much
But maybe I believe in us
And we'll be fine

All my friends have got fat
But you could say their lives are right on track
When we talk on FaceTime
See it on their waistline
And I see it when I'm looking in the mirror too

We're not old
But we're not as young as we used to be
Half way to obscurity
But we feel fine
We got told
That our dreams would not amount to much
But maybe I believe in us
And we'll be fine

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We're not old
But we're not as young as we used to be
Half way to obscurity
But we feel fine
We got told
That our dreams would not amount to much
But maybe I believe in us
And we'll be fine

Writer(s): JOHN FIELDS, CHARLIE SIMPSON, JAMES BOURNE, MATHEW SARGEANT

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