Boyhood Vanity lyrics

by

Paul McCartney


Tried to drive to your house
But I got lost
I don’t see so good out when it’s dark
And if you’re sure that you’re sure
I’m still too young to move on
I’ll paint the words of heartache on my chest
And I won’t love you again (oh, please don’t leave me)
Once you’ve lifted my chains (I’ll do whatever you say)
But the caged bird keeps singing just the same
I was dead in an instant
Seventeen, in the back of your car
Take what’s left of my ego
And head back home
But of all my boyhood mistakes
You’re my favorite one
I forgot the pain of living for a spеll
But death, it shouts a refrain. (Oh, Goddamn, I think I was something morе than I could have.)
But I still hear every word. (Oh, I don’t want you. God, I don’t want you)
And I’m so ashamed (Oh, I don’t want you. God, I don’t want you)
I’m kicking out the beams that make us whole
I was dead in an instant (please just let me be)
Seventeen, in the back of your car
Take what’s left of my youth (please just let me be)
And head back home
Boyhood’s a mistake
I don’t remember a thing
Bliss is wasted on the ignorant
Tried to drive to your house
I’m thousands of miles away
I’m the epitome of everything going wrong
And every day it’s the same
We’re just like children
Barefoot and running through the grass
We’re just like children
Naked and running through the grass
And I’ll tell you I’m sorry
But you still won’t take me back
Well, I swear that I’m sorry
Well, won’t you take me back?
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