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Words & Music by Kevin Michael Thompson

Additional Musicians:
Antonio Romero: bass
Toby Wilson: guitars, resonator, steel

Notes: This is a song for my wife Denise. Getting married as young as we did was like learning how to skydive while jumping out of the plane and folding the parachute at the same time. I made a lot of missteps trying to figure it all out.

There were times when we let people have influence and a voice in our lives that we probably shouldn't of. Looking back, it's easy, or easier, to spot those mistakes. But you waste more time looking back and wishing for something different than looking forward and looking to something new.

Lyrics

Verse One
I've wasted a million years
Walking down a million different wrong roads
Places I've never been
Places I had no business trying to go
And I've wasted a million years
Trying to carve a piece of earth to call my own
The things you think you want
The things you think you need and then you don't

Chorus
But in you I know I've found
In you I know I've found
In you I know I've found
Something good

Verse Two
I've wasted a million years
With a million different lies stuck in my throat
The things you meant to say
The things you meant to do and then you don't
I'm too young to be so old
But I'm old enough to know there's room to grow
We build and start again
Rebuild and start again
Is what we know

Chorus
But in you I know I've found
In you I know I've found
In you I know I've found
Something good

Verse Three
I've wasted a million years
Trying to be the man they thought I should be
And never quite myself
I never could give what they wanted from me

Chorus
But in you I know I've found
In you I know I've found
In you I know I've found
Something good