"Teenager in the House" as written by and Wayne Watson....
Boxes full of baby clothes
Stacked up near the roof
Boxes full of little baby shoes
Envelopes of baby hair
A homeless baby tooth
And every single shade of baby blue

He's through with pulling wagons now
Through with riding trikes
That first day without training wheels was hard
That is ancient history
Let me tell ya what he likes
Racing up and down the driveway in my car

This is what can happen when your girl becomes your spouse
The stork begins delivery at your door
One day home sweet home will be quiet as a mouse
This is why we pray a whole lot more
Teenager in the house

Well recently a revelation started coming clear
That's right, son, you call those "girls"
Hey, can the phone be surgically implanted in the ear
He's reaching out and touching half the world


Philosophy and wisdom from the experts all agree
Parenthood can be a little rough
Well, I can't speak for you
But listen I can speak for me
This pill will go down easier if ya just
Lighten up!


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"Teenager in the House" as written by Wayne Watson

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