Lazy bones
Don't leave me waiting in the moonlight
Don't leave me waiting way past midnight
I've got some place I've got to be
So take me home, and we'll go riding out through hollywood
Through that over-crowded neighborhood
Paste your posters on the street

I feel that old timers chip on my shoulder
Feel like its time to grow up, its time to grow up, its time to grow up

Early bird
I wish you'd stop and build a rose on me
Since you've some how grown too old to be, be somebody I can keep
Just say the word if you should wind up in jar some day
Spill your ashes some place far away
Spill them any place but here

See that their wrinkling hands don't touch this
Deal out my own special brand of justice
This ain't no time to grow up, no time to grow up
No time to grow up
No time to grow up
No time to grow up

Just another bride looking for a husband (She thinks im trailer trash)
Just another bride looking for a husband (She wont be calling back)
Just another bride looking for a husband (She stole my daddys truck)
Just another bride looking for a husband (She wont be growing up)

I see that nobody here gets older
This ain't no time to grow up, no time to grow up
No time to grow up
No time to grow up
No time to grow up
No time to grow up


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