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CAN WE BRING THOSE DAYS BACK AGAIN?
(Ann M. Wolf reminisces in her song about the values which are fast disappearing from our culture. She writes about a time when children could be children, parents taught core values of God and Liberty, and the land and food supply had not yet been corrupted.)

Verse One:
I remember when, water tasted so fine
And fruit was so sweet; you could eat it straight off of the vine
I remember when, we thought those days would never end
Can we ever bring those days back round’ again?

Verse Two:
I remember when we used to run and play
And our cheeks would burn like fire
From the air and the sun, that we would take in that day
I remember when we thought those days would never end
Can we ever bring those days back round again?

Bridge:
Can we not try to remember cold, clean water at our feet?
And the cool protection of the shade of a tree?
Can we not try to remember before it slips away?
The laughter and dreams of our children at play…

Verse Three:
I remember when our fathers blessed the wine
And gave thanks for all that they had taken in at harvest time
I remember when we learned God’s laws, the Holy ten
Can we ever bring those days back round’ again?

Bridge:
Can we not try to remember what we have left today?
From those-who-lived and died before us to make freedom’s way
Can we not try to remember before it slips away?
For what, on their knees, our forefathers prayed?

Verse Four:
I remember when, water tasted so fine
And fruit was so sweet; you could eat it straight off of the vine
I remember when, we thought those days would never end
Can we ever bring those days back round’ again?
Can we ever bring those days back round’ again?

“I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.” – John 15:5 KJV

Words & Music by Ann M. Wolf – © 2012 – BMI – All Rights Reserved.