"Young Enough To Know It All" as written by Rick Giles, Gilles Godard and Tim Nichols....
Something clicked inside my head
The second I turned the key
To that old red Trans-Am
The sound of all that power
My first time on the street
Made me feel like a man

Nobody could tell me nothin'
I didn't need anyone's advice
Never knew anybody's old man who
Ever got anything right
With every little taste of freedom
I felt about ten feet tall
Back when I was young enough
Young enough to know it all

The night I brought my girl
Home to meet my family
My dad took me aside
I can still hear him sayin'
"Son, you may think it's love
But she's gonna take you for a ride"

Nobody could tell me nothin'
I didn't need anyone's advice
Never knew anybody's old man who
Ever got anything right
With every little taste of freedom
I felt about ten feet tall
Back when I was young enough
Young enough to know it all

A boy tryin' to be man
Yeah, he thinks that he can walk before he crawls
But that's just part of being young
Young enough to know it all

Nobody could tell me nothin'
I didn't need anyone's advice
Never knew anybody's old man who
Ever got anything right
With every little taste of freedom
I felt about ten feet tall
Back when I was young enough
Young enough to know it all


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"Young Enough to Know It All" as written by Gilles Godard Rick Giles

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