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THAT CERTAIN AGE Jimmy McHugh/Harold Adamson 1938 From the 1938 Deanna Durbin film 'That Certain Age' Sung by cast on the lead-in titles screens Romance comes to everyone At that certain age You'll find life has just begun At that certain age. All at once it hits you You know you're in love When that foolish feeling fits you Just like a glove. Nothing seems impossible All your dreams come true You're not held responsible For the things you do. Wouldn't life be wonderful Delightfully insane If we always could remain At that certain age. (Transcribed by David Story - May 2013)

    


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