"Too Young to Love" as written by and M. Avsec....
I remember misery
My heart ripped in two
And love's pain
I remember passion
So much happiness
That I became afraid

I remember I had a dream
I'd make it one day
And nothing could ever
Stand in my way

I remember confusion
Awkward illusions
Teenage boy
I remember choosing
And not really feeling
Like I had a choice

Damn young love
From the start
Cause when you grow
You grow apart
And to prove it
I still have the scare
Aww I wear it like a badge on my heart

I was over my head
Yeah Yeah Yeah

(Too young to love)
Too young to love
Too young to lie
(Old enough to bleed)
Too young to feel
(Old enough to feel)
(We were too young to love)
Too young we did the honest thing
(Old enought to flee)
(Old enough to feel the need)
We tore it all apart
We cut our hearts and watched them bleed

The dreams of the life
Prayer for the soul
A person's got to follow through
Otherwise they get you when you're old
And sometimes they can swallow you

We learned and loved so carefully
Accepting mediocrity
Learned that love don't set us free

We're over our heads
Too bad we never had the chance
We were

(Too young to love)
Too young to love
Too young to lie
(Old enough to bleed)
Too young to realize
(Old enough to feel)
(We were too young to love)
Too young we did the honest thing
(Old enought to flee)
(Old enough to feel the need)
We tore it all apart
We cut our hearts and watched them bleed

We were over our heads
Yeah oh but ya know
We were

(Too young to love)
Too young to
(Old enough to bleed)
We're old enough to bleed
(Old enough to feel)
(We were too young to love)
Yeah
(Old enought to flee)
(Old enough to feel the need)
We cut our hearts and watched them bleed


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"Too Young to Love" as written by Mark Avsec

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