Jerry Lee Lewis - I Wish I Was Eighteen Again

JERRY LEE LEWIS


I Wish I Was Eighteen Again Lyrics

In a bar in Memphis, an old man came in
I thought he was out of his his head
Being a young man, I just laughed it off
I'm dreaming that he understood

I'll never again turn the young ladies heads
Or go running off into the wind
I'm three quarters home now from the start to the end
I wish I was eighteen again

I wish I was eighteen again
My God, I'd like to go back
Where I've never been but old folks, old oaks
They stand tall but just pretend
I wish I was eighteen again

Time turns the pages and life it goes so fast
The years turn the black hair to gray
I talked to young folks but they don't understand
The things this old man's has to say

Oh, I wish I was eighteen again
Going back where I've never been
But old folks, old oaks
Standing tall, just pretend
I'll never be eighteen again

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