"Welcome to the Golden Years" as written by and Pam Belford Angela Kaset....
I'm knockin' on your door now
May I come in
If you don't feel like company
I'll come back again
My name is mildred
I been here four years October
I hope I can cheer you up and make
You feel at home here

Welcome to the golden years
I hope you have a nice stay here
You get your medicines and a balanced diet
A lot of peace and a lot of quiet
And the doctor is always near
Welcome to the golden years

Now I'm not one to gossip
But here comes Mrs. Flynn
I think she stole my bible
Now isn't that a sin
Have you met Mrs. Montgomery
She's two doors down the hall
It's been six months since
Her children visited or called


Look out for Mr. Pritchett
He never says a word
But his fingers do the talking
At least that's what I heard
And poor old Annie Goosley
She's crazy as can be
Says her children sold the
Family home and put her cat to sleep

Mama wake me from this dream
Long white halls, bare white walls
An antiseptic scene
Not what I always had in mind
Rockin' chair and silver hair
Grand children in the sunshine


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