"Half Your Age" as written by and Robert James Ritchie....
Hey now darlin', you thought it was all fun and games
Runnin' 'round, telling everyone why we're not together
I guess you just had to feel important
And I'm sure you thought I was just gonna sit back and take it on the chin
But honey, I'm a songwriter
And that darling is where you end and this song begins

I found someone new who treats me better
She don't bitch about things we ain't got
When I sing this tune it don't upset her
She's half your age and twice as hot

Oh she wakes up every morning and she folds my clothes
Doesn't care about the strippers dancing at my shows
She knows that I love her so I just wanted you to know


Yee haw!yeah!...


Oh she don't start trouble cuz she dont need drama
She likes it in the mornin' and she loves my momma
I'm her big poppa an she's my little rock n roll


She's half your age and twice as hot
She's half your age and twice as hot

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"Half Your Age" as written by Robert James Ritchie

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    General CommentBeware, if your boyfriend sings this song to you...he is probably not over his ex lol, this is the let's make her jealous song....trust me
    thescientist1987on July 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHahaha, I agree with thescientist1987, definitely a song sung by an someone who is clearly not over their ex. Funny song though, I love it.
    taylorkashon June 10, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHe wrote this song in refereance to his break-up with Pamela Anderson.
    At the time I can understand how it may have been "hard" to take.
    OTTAWASENATORon November 26, 2012   Link
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    General CommentHahaha! I listened to this when my ex broke up with me. It's def about making someone jealousy. I love the ending line too...."Bout time I found me a good woman."
    IronMaidenGirlon March 25, 2017   Link

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