The Consequence Of Being Alive Lyrics – Gable Price and Friends

There’s a booth at the bar in the mall ‘cross town
A jukebox hogged by the hometown crowd
In a table in the corner where I sit with my brothers
There’s a game that we play where you toss a ring
And make bets if you catch the hook with the string
And I think about the future where the states are what divide each other

Where we go, there ain’t no exit signs
Life is short, but it still takes some time
Yeah, you live and love and lose
And that’s the consequence of being alive

From a one-car garage in a tourist town
Where the neighbors complain when we got too loud
I wouldn’t trade it for the world, I wouldn’t trade those days for any other
And there’s a force that they call love, it’s a pain, it’s a deep cut
But it’s all that you will ever need
It’ll hold you while you cry in a hot tub, throwin’ a tantrum
Screamin’, “Boys, I hope you never leave”

Where we go, there ain’t no exit signs
Life is short, but it still takes some time
Yeah, you live and love and lose
And that’s the consequence of being alive
The past can be romanticized
But life is long and there’s no second tries
Yeah, you live and love and lose
And that’s the consequence of being alive

In the night, when our eyes close
When the years slow our tempo
I won’t wish for better days
Burn the light, watch the time go
Same old moon from different timezones
These are those glory days, you are my glory day
Brother, drive to the grapevine
Brother, run to the state line
Brother, I won’t forget our glory days
Brother, I won’t forget our glory days

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Where we go, there ain’t no exit signs
Life is short, but it still takes some time
Yeah, you live and love and lose
And that’s the consequence of being alive

Song by Gable Price and Friends

Written by Adam Elizarraraz and Gable Price

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