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In A Heartbeat
A Blink of The Eye
That's How Fast
A Moment, Goes By

A Young Child, Sees Forever
Time Will Not Slip Away
And The Elderly Wonder
What Happened To Yesterday

I Wanted To Be Ten
When I Was Five
And, When I Was Ten
Wish I Were Sixteen, So I Can Drive



Sixteen, Driving Now
Could Even Date
Wish I Were Eighteen
Then, I Can Graduate

Married, With Children
Of My Own
All Of A Sudden
They're All Grown

And Here I Am
With Grandchildren Too
What Happened To Forever
Time, Just Flew



I Was Five, Forever
I Was Twenty-Five, For A Day
I Was Forty-Five, For A Minute
And Now.....
All My Seconds, Are Slipping Away

Enjoy Life
Make Each Moment Count
Take Your Share
In A Large Amount

Live, Love, Pray, Sing
For We Know Not
What The Next Moment Will Bring

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