"Growing Up Is Getting Old" as written by Josh Thompson and Jeremy Campbell....
Well it's been a while since I did something I could get arrested for
All the girls I ran around with, don't run around no more
The days of racing cars and closing down bars are winding down
I feel like the only cowboy left here in this town

Cause I've raised enough hell for my next 50 years
Dodging work, chasing skirts, and shotgunning beers
I need to act my age, so I've been told
But man this growing up is getting old

Ya my buddy and I use to raise em high and stay out till 4
But his new wife won't let me crash on the couch no more
Even he said man ain't it time to tone it down
Now that's the last thing I'd thought I ever hear come from his mouth

Cause we've raised enough hell for our next 50 years
Dodging work, chasing skirts, and shotgunning beers
I need to act my age, so I've been told
But man this growing up is getting old

Like a wild horse is tough to tame
I gotta wild streak that's hard to break

Cause we've raised enough hell for our next 50 years
Dodging work, chasing skirts, and shotgunning beers
I need to act my age, so I've been told
But man this growing up is getting old

Ya this growing up is getting old
Ya, it's getting old


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"Growing Up Is Getting Old" as written by Josh Thompson Jeremy Campbell

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