"Hush," she said to the boy
Silently climbing out through her window,
She was careful,
So careful.

She was just thirteen years old,
She thought she saw through the eyes of a woman,
She's learning,
She's learning.

Her parents thought she was sleeping.

If you're only thirteen but you feel twenty-one
Understand you're not the only one.
What our parents don't know
Is how fast we had to grow
To get our head around the status quo.
We are hooligans,
We are rastabouts,
We are skeletons,
We are layabouts,
We are wise men,
We are children.
We are the sum of an entire generation.
We are in love,
We are in love, you and me.
We are in love,
We are in misery.

Her parents thought she was sleeping.

She was just thirteen years old,
Had she suspected she would have stayed home,
She is silent,
So silent.

Her parents wanted so much better for her.

If you're only thirteen but you feel twenty-one
Understand you're not the only one.
What our parents don't know
Is how fast we had to grow
To get our head around the status quo.
We are hooligans,
We are rastabouts,
We are skeletons,
We are layabouts,
We are wise men,
We are children.
We are the sum of an entire generation.
We are in love,
We are in love, you and me.
We are in love,
We are in misery.

Her parents wanted so much better for her.

We are hooligans,
We are rastabouts,
We are skeletons,
We are layabouts,
We are wise men,
We are children.
We are the sum of an entire generation.
We are in love,
We are in love, you and me.
We are in love,
We are in misery.
We are in love,
We are in love, you and me.
We are in love,
We are in misery.


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