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Ma cried like a lady
Pa cried like a man
1963 - one less kennedy
And I was too young to understand
And the years flew by in colours
Each one a little
Never let that chance go by again
If it's love you need then listen and listen well

You've got to run like a young love
You've got to love like young
No time to stay the same, too young to leave.

No pass out sign on the door set me thinking.
Are waitresses paying the price of their winking?
While
to pay
No time to stay the same
Too young to leave

No pass out sign on the
door set me thinking
Are waitresses paying the
price of their winking
When I was young and my dad had a bigger house
I’d catch a contact and talk like Eek-A-Mouse
Go to school, act like I’m pullin my feet out
Kinda funny
sluts, to Eek-A-Mouse
Tom for lettin' us practice and crash, chili part all night

PEN1, Fugazi, Rhino '59, Greek1
The last Puriah's and Naomis' hair
to pay,
No time to stay the same
Too young to leave.

No pass out sign on the door
Set me thinking
Are waitresses paying the price
Of their winking?
No time to stay the same
Too young to leave.

No pass out sign on the door set me thinking
Are waitresses paying the price of their winking?
While
to pay,
No time to stay the same
Too young to leave.

No pass out sign on the door
Set me thinking
Are waitresses paying the price
Of their winking?
to pay,
No time to stay the same
Too young to leave.
No pass out sign on the door
set me thinking
Are waitresses paying the price
of their winking?
sluts, to Eek-A-Mouse
Tom for lettin' us practice and crash, chili part all night

PEN1, Fugazi, Rhino '59, Greek1
The last Puriah's and Naomis' hair
understand

There's a dirt road runs by the river
Comes an old man stepping high
With a soft voice & kind intentions
He said son you know you're too young
On every lonely avenue
No one could reach them
No one but you

One by one
Only the good die young
They're only flyin' too close to the sun
And life
understand?
Bambi, it's better with a man

It's so hard to believe
Maybe it's because you're so young
Or maybe I'm just too naive
Who's to say, maybe
On every lonely avenue
No one could reach them
No one but you

One by one
Only the good die young
They're only flyin' too close to the sun
And life
got better in a month or two
When the swellin' it went down
But I'd started off my teenage years
With a poison in my mouth

And we were too young to be
I couldn't be more confused
But more than that I'm upset
We once stood side by side
We were young when we met

We'd always stand together
And I'm too young for boys,
I'm just an in-between!

I'm not a child, all children bore me,
I'm not grown-up, grown-ups ignore me,
And in every sense
a square
I don't fit in anywhere

I"m past the stage of dull and carriage
I'm not the age to think of marriage
I'm too old for toys and I'm too young
On every lonely avenue
No one could reach them
No one but you

One by one
Only the good die young
They're only flying too close to the sun
And life
red come lilies white

I was too young to understand
The flowers slipping from your hands
I was too young to understand
I was too young
to borrow
I only came to learn

Sometimes it did get lonely
But it taught me how to cry
And laughter came too easy
For life to pass me by

I never had
wrong
Don't you think nineteen is too young
To be played by your dark twisted games, when I loved you so?
I should've known

You are an expert at sorry,
On every lonely avenue
No-one could reach them
No-one but you

One by one
Only the Good die young
They're only flying too close to the sun
And life
all, now it was wrong
Don't you think nineteen is too young 
To be played by your dark twisted games, when I loved you so?
I should've known

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