Juvenile Delinquent

by Ace Frehley

Paul Daniel "Ace" Frehley ( /ˈfreɪli/; born April 27, 1951) is an American musician best known as the former lead guitarist of the rock band Kiss. He took on the persona of the "Spaceman" or "Space Ace", and played with the group from its inception in 1973 until his departure in 1982. After leaving…




You want to rock and roll 
It's been your big dream 
You oughta celebrate 
Girl! You're only sixteen 
Ignore your Mom and Dad 
And do what you feel 
You gotta be yourself 
And follow your dreams 

[Chorus]
Don't let them call you a juvenile delinquent 
Don't let them say, say that you're bad 
Don't let them call you a juvenile delinquent 
Just follow your dreams, you'll never be sad 

You ain't a kid no more 
Adolescence behind 
You're lookin' good these days 
Believe me, girl! 
I'm not blind 
Now there's no turnin' back 
Baby, you've made up your mind 
It's time to stand your ground 
You know that you've turned the tide 

Life's too short, you gotta realize 
The days go by, turn into years 
Rock and Roll, its just a way of life 
Its here for me, for me and you! 

It's time to party now 
Enjoy what we've missed 
Screw everybody else 
And raise up your fist 

[Chorus]

Written by: A. FREHLEY, ACE FREHLEY

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