I know where love lives

Once upon a time we lived on the edge, With us was a warm July, From the five broken steering wheel. With you we play the life that we will live, but I sit on the last car, I lose everything, you are a dream. Remember, barefoot over the stones, You’re in my dad’s leotard, How far it is. This song is simple, So that everyone will melt, In the yard so that the Boys play the guitar. This song is simple, So that everyone will melt, In the yard so that the Boys play the guitar. Signed dates arise, I give them to you, like a song, How old is that building, In which two hundred winters, The air is unbearable. Fashionable, dark, narrow staircase, They shared the water and the cross, Celebrated the weddings of brides with the whole world, On the one I met with you. This song is simple, So that everyone will melt, In the yard so that the Boys play the guitar. This song is simple, So that everyone will melt, In the yard so that the Boys play the guitar. We, like birds, fly here, Without trying to change something, Fold in the column of the year, Now I can tell others about it. About how we lived, we were on the edge, With us was a warm July, From the five broken steering wheel. They depicted life, They played life with you. You and I have played life. You and I have played life. This song is simple, So that everyone will melt, In the yard so that the Boys play the guitar. This song is simple, So that everyone will melt, In the yard so that the Boys play the guitar. This song, this song, This song is simple. This song, our song, This song, this whole song.