Years From Now - Rob Thomas

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Right now you're very young
And the world is at your feet.
Pretty girls are calling you
And they all sound so sweet.
Right now it's all the time,
Yeah everything is new.
Start taking it for granted, boy,
'Cause they're taking it from you.And years from now
You're gonna feel so bad
But you'll turn and walk away
The way you always have
Years from now.Right now you got your pride,
There's nothing left to learn.
Pretty soon the night will fall
So be careful who you burn.Right now it's getting late,
Time to touch your faith,
Give it what you need.
It wasn't suppose to be this real,
Just tell me how you feel
And then tell me how you'll feel about it, babe.Years from now
You're gonna feel so bad
But you'll turn and walk away
The way you always have
Years from now.And years from now
You're gonna feel so bad
But you'll turn and walk away
The way you always have
Years from now.Oh years from now,
Years from now. ml

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Robert Kelly "Rob" Thomas (born February 14, 1972 on a military base in Landstuhl, Germany) is an American recording artist, the lead singer of the band Matchbox Twenty and formerly of the band Tabitha's Secret. Thomas is also known for co-writing and singing on the Santana hit Smooth, on the album Supernatural, in 1999. On April 19, 2005, he released a solo album, ...Something to Be. This marked the first time that a male artist from a rock or pop group has debuted at No 1 with their first solo album since Billboard introduced the chart 50 years ago.

Read more about Rob Thomas on Last.fm.


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