Amusement Park

Yeah I remember and maybe you too
But only few of us knew
Knew the feeling of amusement
The feeling of that moment
When we all were young
And the world doesn’t have a tongue
When marry go round
was just horses and crown
When ferris wheel
Gives a perfect feel
When words and dresses didn’t matter
And Joy was scattered
At this time
Being happy means no crime
That Tilt a whirl is like some peril
Joy leaves the joyful carol
We’re just playing our duty
Forgetting about the moment beauty
Understanding the jeopardy of bumper cars
That even to the stars it gives scars
Now let me give you my remark
That the world is just a amusement park.