Curb  Word Entertainment artist and songwriter Sarah Reeves drops her latest single titled Years“.

Speaking on the song, “Last year in quarantine, I decided to sit down and write out my feelings. I felt the heaviness of the world, yet I knew it wouldn’t last forever. The hope would come and we would look back with stories to tell. As we are slowly getting back to normal I decided to have the song produced and that became “Years” ” – Sarah Reeves.

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Lyrics: Years by Sarah Reeves

Verse 1:
been the darkest and wildest of lonely’s
need a touch need somebody to hold me
Cause the weight of the world’s getting heavy
on my shoulders

Pre chorus:
And the hardest part is they say the heart grows fonder with the distance
feels like you’re as far as the furthest star, but we’re stronger every minute

Chorus:
These are the days we’ll talk about for years and years
Raising our glasses full of all our tears cheers
To the fight that we won with our hands tied
To the nights that we turned into sunrise
These are the days we’ll talk about for years and years

Verse 2:
Miss the sound of the planes flying over
Every clock on the wall ticking slower
What a story we’ll tell when we’re older
When we’re older

Pre chorus:
And the hardest part is they say the heart grows fonder with the distance
feels like you’re as far as the furthest star, but we’re stronger every minute

Bridge:
New York City’s empty streets
London’s singing from balconies
Hold my loved ones close to me

Throw my feelings to the sky
Breathing in the air tonight
Reach my hands out close my eyes

Here’s to every high and low
Here’s to holding on to hope
Here’s to never letting go

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