"Seventeen" as written by Rod Alexander, William E Kimber and Jon Taylor....
Wake up demonstrations
Said silence is the wrong word
I'm gonna keep the names
That I use for myself to myself

A summer sun is shining
What will it be tomorrow?
I want to watch the world
From the edge of my seat when it burns

Seventeen can't be wrong
Seventeen cannot see
I can't believe, it's been so long
Seventeen follow me

I want to walk the outside
They're burning down the houses
I'm gonna keep my eyes on the ground
When I walk, where I walk

I can't believe, it's been so long
Can't believe, I can't see
Seventeen can't be wrong
Seventeen fall on me

Never stop, never mind
Can't get good times
Summer day sunshine
Feels like anodyne

Phone jams gridlock
Standing at the bus stop
Ten o'clock tick-tock
Look at what the world's got

Please her, please me
Gonna make a big scene
Here comes, faith comes
Banging on a tin drum

Don't try, you can't fail
Can't win, you can't play
Ten o'clock tick-tock
Look at what the world's got



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"Seventeen" as written by Rod Alexander Jon Taylor

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