i met a man who was not quite an old man, said he was an old boy.
and i would make a toast to believe and bet you that i would be the same old man.
not the kind with a lost soul who can't put down his toys.
honey there'll be absolute peace in my heart, resolution in my soul.

so don't, don't, darlin' don't be surprised when i don't leave your side
cause there's not a single part of my love that you should never leave
i hope when i grow old, that you grow old with me

i begged the pardon of the bullets of somebody cause i like the left lane
and i begged the pardon of the mass media, you know sunday's i don't go to mass
and i tipped my hat to your dog in your yard by your house, waiting for a hurricane
to blow blow blow from the west to the east
and tell me, who's going to be here last?

so don't, don't, darlin' don't be surprised when i don't leave your side
cause there's not a single part of my love that you should never leave
i hope when i grow old, that you grow old with me
i hope when i grow old, that you grow old with me
i hope when i grow old, that you grow old with me


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