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The World Is for the Young Lyrics
The World Is for the Young Song Lyrics
Gloria: Looking in the mirror last night,
My grey hair turned to black.
Looking in the mirror last night
Pleasant memories came back.
Why, I remember back when i was seventeen
And all the things i wanted to do
The world was new.
Tulip: The world is for the young
C'mon, we're on our way.
Its a wonderful place.
What we done and what we're going to do.
Then we'll have changed it's face.
Mr Brown: Searching through some papers last night
A sweet scent filled the air.
It came from the letter i found
And a lock of dark hair.
It belonged to a girl who was in love with me.
And she written that without me, she'd die.
Mrs Brown: I wonder why?
Mrs Brown: Looking through an album last night
I came acrossed a snap.
That showed a handsome youth
With a girl sitting on his lap.
"Valentino?" i thought, with his sleeked black hair,
And Mary Pigford was on his knee.
But it was me!
Mr & Mrs: The world is for the young
But they'll soon find out
When they come to explore,
The strange new lands of expirience.
But we've been there before.
Mr: Trying to recapture the past
Only makes me regret.
The passing of an age and all the people that i've met.
Gloria: A ride on a tram on the upper deck,
With a boy with a Fairbanks moustache.
We were so rash.
All: The world is for the young
It was always so.
Mr, Mrs, Gloria: It's not ours anymore
But, they'll find out when they follow us.
'cause we've been there before.
Mrs Brown You've Got Lovely Daughter / Hold on Song List
›The George and Dragon
›Got a Feeling
›Leaning on the Lamp Post
›Where Were You When I Needed You
›All the Things I Do for You Baby
›Gotta Get Away
›Make Me Happy
›A Must to Avoid
›It's Nice to Be Out in the Morning
›Ooh, She's Done It Again
›There's a Kind of Hush
›Lemon and Lime
›The Most Beautiful Thing in My Life
›Daisy Chain, Pt. 1 (Instrumental)
›Daisy Chain, Pt. 2 (Instrumental)
›The World Is for the Young
›Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter