Letra de When We Were The New Boys - Rod Stewart

Letra de canción de When We Were The New Boys de Rod Stewart lyrics

With laughing eyes I do recallEvery face that crammed thish allAnd in this room our hats wereh ungAnd words were written, and songs were sungAnd we held our glasses highAnd we dared to reach for the skyAnd we never would grow oldWhen we were the new boysAnd on these streets we were like kingsWe'd roll and tumble fight and singAnd in these smoky pubs the yarns were spunAnd many a sweetheart was lost and wonAnd on these green fields we played for prideNo quarter given no compromiseWe were lovers and we were sonsWhen we were the new boysBehind this cellar door on cheap guitarsWe played our blues to the early hoursNo one listening but a few old friendsWe never dreamed it could ever endhttp://www.coveralia.com/letras/when-we-were-the-new-boys-rod-stewart.php
This was our moment this was our spaceThis was a jewel of a time to have gracedBut they're all sweet memories nowWhen we were the new boysAll my life I've been runningDown the side of this hillBut way down deep in my heartDon't want the water to ever be stillAll these friends have long since goneBlown and scattered like autumn leavesSome are lawyers and some are thievesSome are long behind the sunBut I'll never be afraidFrom the cradle to the graveI learned my lesson and I learned it wellWhen we were the new boysWhen we were the new boys

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