Reminiscing Time

I heard that you got married, I heard that you've got kids
It's hard for me to believe that that's what you did
It's hard for me to picture you in a domestic way
It's so different from yesterday

You've got a patio, you've got patio furniture
You've got a two car garage and two cars
You don't need me anymore, but I hope you won't forget me
I hope that I'm your great lost love

It's all my fault for not believing that anything can last
Because people once said different things, but that's all in the past
Those were different times and we were different people then
For now, just let me look at you again

You've got a living room, you've got a living room set
You've got appliances and you know how to use them
You don't need me anymore, but I hope you won't forget me
I hope that I'm your great lost love

You'll always be my great lost love
Great lost love
Great lost love

Well, it's been really good to see you and I hope you feel the same
It wasn't hard for me to accept your hyphenated name
It wasn't hard to reminisce, it didn't hurt at all
Though we know we won't, let's promise to call

You've got a charcoal grill and an entertainment center
You're a Republican? God! How could you?
You don't need me anymore, but I hope you won't forget me
I hope I'll be your great lost love

You'll always be my great lost love
I hope that I'm your great lost love
You'll always be my great lost love
Great lost love
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