30 Years

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Overview

30 Years is a poem by Mykel Allan. In the wake of the Allan sisters' untimely passing, a benefit album called Hear You Me! A Tribute To Mykel And Carli was compiled, and a reading of "30 Years" by Steve Stadfelt was included.

Transcription

Well, I'm gonna fly, they're gonna drive
We're gonna meet at Caesar's Palace tonight
Like we're all grown up and going off for the weekend
Flea's got his ticket for Julio Iglesias

We're thirty years old, but still, we act like kids
We don't know what we want, but we're kinda finding out
Kinda finding out how to get it; oh, how to get it

It's not friendship like you see in some stupid movie
We fight and backstab, and kiss each other's asses
Some of us are failin', some of us are doing all right

We're thirty years old, and still, we act like kids
We don't know what we want, but we're kinda finding out
How to get it; oh, how to get it

All of us are losin', all of us except little Louise
And if that's not enough, eight of us are sharing one room
I'm tired, and I'm broken; I just want to go home

We're thirty years old, and still, we act like kids
We don't know what we want, but we're kinda finding out
Kinda finding out how to get it; oh, how to get it