It seems like yesterday We were young and holding on, Laughing in the fields – sneaking by the boss, Flirting with tomorrow as if it were all but guaranteed. I close my eyes, remember so vividly, White gown flowing on a hot September day, A smile I could never forget, a feeling I thought would last forever. Dancing with tomorrow as if it were all but guaranteed. Now, I’m gone, flirting with Hereafter, Holding on, not sure what I am here after. Seeing you and praying that you’d be here after… I close my eyes And journey to Hereafter. They were born, Amidst our trials and tribulations. Brought a life into focus but never made us whole Still believing that tomorrow was all but guaranteed. The house full of sound but empty all the same, I loved you all, could never find a way. Turn the dial, and find there’s nothing left to hold on to Find out that nothing was ever guaranteed. Now it’s gone, fading into Hereafter, Washed ashore a dying corpse is all that’s left here after, Now alone, we journey to see what’s going to be here after, I’ve closed my eyes, Left praying for Hereafter.