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Ever After

Brody, Dean
When I was a little boy my only dream was a yellow bus
Dropping us kids off after school to run around
Tackling tree-forts and B.B. guns, tossing our lines in and catching frogs
Twelve hundred miles from a freckle face southern girl's hometown
Only God knew how my trail would someday cross
That little girl, oh all grown up and how I'd fall

My only regret in life is I didn't meet you sooner
I would have spent my wasted youth all on you
I know I wasn't in your life for those first chapters
But I'd sure love to be, girl won't you write with me
Your happily ever after

Finding love in modern world, it can be crazy, it can be work
Not like those fairy-tales that we heard in our younger years
So, I redefined what I thought love was, so I could settle then you showed up
And made everyone who came before you disappear
I never knew that love could be easy as breathing
You were everything I never knew I needed

My only regret in life is I didn't meet you sooner
I would have spent my wasted youth all on you
I know I wasn't in your life for those first chapters
But I'd sure love to be, girl won't you write with me
Your happily ever after

You finish my thoughts, you make me laugh
I finally found my other half

My only regret in life is I didn't meet you sooner
I would have spent my wasted youth all on you
I know I wasn't in your life for those first chapters
But I'd sure love to be, girl won't you write with me
Your happily ever after