[Verse 1]
Way down south I met some funny men and women
Who would raise me from depression
Say by only dancing
Stone on the sidewalk
And that’s the point of seven thirty in the morning
Letting me know how much music meant to them
Saying no one sings from the heart anymore
Make me feel like at least I must’ve done something right

[Chorus]
No regrets
No more looking back
No more dwelling in past troubles anymore
I’m just a sad old romantic dreamer
Believing the best is yet to come

[Verse 2]
Summer days weren’t made for contemplation
They were made for letting the sun slowly burn in the grass
Like all who guys who work so hard with your hands
I just realised I am with you this morning
Now I’m just sitting here with an old guitar that can’t be tuned
Playing songs about all my past choices
Realising I still got more questions than answers

[Chorus]
No regrets
No more looking back
No more dwelling in past troubles anymore
I’m just a sad old romantic dreamer
Believing the best is yet to come

[Verse 3]
Someday you may find me
In a wheelchair, as they roll me up on the stage
Singing, an old wee country boy with a cracked voice
With every ounce of power that I still have left
As long as there’s a heartbeat
As gravity pulls me to the ground
I live out my life like tomorrow will never come
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Hey

[Chorus]
No regrets
No more looking back
No more dwelling in past troubles anymore
I’m just a sad old romantic dreamer
Believing the best is yet to come
Oh, oh, oh, oh