Rebecca Sugar Singing the Song She Wrote for the Adventure Time Finale Will Make You Cry

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Rebecca Sugar attended San Diego Comic-Con, where the Steven Universe creator shared the song she wrote for the Adventure Time finale titled “Time Adventure”. Sugar dedicated the song to showrunner Adam Muto, who shed a few tears.

Sugar worked on Adventure Time as a writer and storyboard artist, and composed songs for the series like “I’m Just Your Problem”, “Not Just Your Little Girl”, “Remember You”, and “Everything Stays”. The song is sweet, lovely, and a perfect send off for the beloved show.

The lyrics:

“Time is an illusion that helps things makes sense
So we’re always living in the present tense
It seems unforgiven when a good thing ends
But you and I will always be back then
You and I will always be back then
You and I will always be back then
You and I will always be back then

Singing will happen, happening, happened
will happen, happening, happened
And will happen again and again
Cause you and I will always be back then

If there was some amazing force outside of time
To take us back to where we were
And hang each moment up like pictures on the wall
Inside a billion tiny frames so that we could see it all…all…all
It would look like

Will happen, happening, happened
Will happen, happening, happened
And will happen again and again
Cause you and I will always be back then
Cause you and I will always be back then
Cause you and I will always be back then
That’s why
You and I will always be best friends”

The Adventure Time series finale airs on September 3rd, 2018. Are you going to be tuning in?

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