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GROWING OLDER, FEELING YOUNGER Lyrics: Norman Newell - Music: Roger Webb Bette Davis with the Roger Webb Orchestra (Verse) Do you really have to say In your understanding way What I've always known but never faced the truth? There's a world that's for the young, A time where golden songs are sung, But age can very rarely mix with youth. When a girl is over forty - Well, fifty, if you must - To have a mind of twenty Seems a little bit unjust. (Chorus) Growing older, feeling younger - What can we do? Time is so fleeting. April fools us, winter rules us. Autumn and spring - they have no meeting. Love comes along; there is the danger. Truth is a mirror, youth is a stranger. Growing older, feeling younger - Why can't time stand still? There's a fact you have to face: That you can't keep up the pace Of a man who's twenty, twenty-five - But from time to time you find A man who has the kind of mind That makes you feel it's good to be alive. Even so, the years pass by, And autumn comes too soon - Though your mind may pay the piper, It's your body calls the tune. Growing older, feeling younger - What can we do? Time is so fleeting. April fools us, winter rules us Autumn and spring, they have no meeting. Love comes along, there is the danger Truth is the mirror, youth is a stranger Growing older, feeling younger - Why can't time stand still? (Transcribed by Lou Rugani - The Music of the Stars (WLIP) - February 2013)

    


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