“These Are Those Days”, Aaron Lines- Lyrics

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“These Are Those Days”, Aaron Lines- Lyrics

There’s a calendar hanging in the kitchen
Today I’m taking it down I’m tired of living
Like tomorrow can’t get here fast enough
Took a while but I’m finally learning
To make the most of each moment I’m given
Instead of waiting on better days to come
No more wishing my life away

These are those days
This is my life
The time is now to get things right
I won’t look ahead
I won’t look back
I’m gonna live
I’m gonna laugh
Well I won’t let another second waste
These are those days

It’s been awhile since I’ve called up my mother
Just for the sake of saying I love her
Ain’t gonna wait around till it’s too late
I’ve always wanted to see the Grand Canyon
Its time I stopped talking and just start planning
No more excuses no more saying someday, someday
No more dreaming my life away

These are those days
This is my life
The time is now to get things right
I won’t look ahead
I won’t look back
I’m gonna live
I’m gonna laugh
Well I won’t let another second waste
These are those days

These are those days
This is my life
The time is now to get things right
I won’t look ahead
I won’t look back
I’m gonna live
I’m gonna laugh
Well I won’t let another second waste
No, I won’t let another second waste
These are those days

(This is my life, the time is now to get things right)
These are those days
(I won’t look back, I’m gonna live I’m gonna laugh)
Don’t wanna waste my life away
These are those days

Lyrical Diary-“These Are Those Days”, Aaron Lines- Lyrics

“These Are Those Days”, Aaron Lines- Lyrics. Writer(s): Blair Daly, Aaron Lines. album: “Sunday Afternoon” (2010)

Lyrical Diary-

Enjoy reading lyrics and trying to do them more than just lyrics, trying to have some more me. I enjoy doing this because it allows me to express myself in a unique way that not everyone can do. It also gives me a chance to learn new things, which I appreciate.

Lyrics are a way to communicate emotions, and they can be used to entertain or provoke an emotional response in the listener. Therefore, lyricists need to use complex academic jargon to evoke a strong emotional response. They can create a connection with their listener and hopefully evoke a feeling of enjoyment or pleasure.