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    "Too Old Blues" Lyrics

    Judy Welden

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    I stayed home with my babes
    All during their growing years
    I ran my business on the phone
    And was there to dry their tears
    So that when they each would leave the nest
    I could rest assured I'd given them my best
    And now.. my wings have come unfurled
    Have things I must inform the world
    But those who hold the key
    They keep on tellin' me
    "Honey.. you're too old"

    I've got the too old blues
    Been hearing it far too long
    It makes no sense.. so it's time to scold
    When I have so much to give
    Why does it matter how long I've lived
    I look.. and think...and act.. young
    Write unique songs that must be sung
    I'm not useless...I'm strong and bold
    So stop giving me those 'too old' blues

    Worked so hard...saved some cash
    Supported my loved ones dreams
    Found energy to work on mine
    And surprising as it seems
    True friends took notice of my goals
    Kept saying "Hey girl.. You owe this to yourself
    Pursue that dream while there's still time"
    Found the door and paid my dime
    But those who hold the key
    They keep on tellin' me
    "Honey, you're too old"


    (Tag... repeat to fade)
    I'll always stay young
    Have songs to be sung
    I'll never quit... I refuse
    So stop giving me those 'too old' blues

    Lyrics: Judy Welden
    Music: Judy Welden & Marc Rabins
    This song was submitted on November 23rd, 2013 and last modified on October 18th, 2016.
    Thanks to Snap for the contribution to this song.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Songrite Creations Productions.
    Written by Judy Welden, Marc Rabins.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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