"Some Day You'll Be Old Too" as written by and Judy Welden Terrance Alan....

A bent old lady attempts to get on the bus
And the high steps worsen her arthritic pain
No one offers to help and it's clear she heard
A few comments about her slowness as some complain
So remember (spoken)

Some day you'll be old too
Give seniors the respect they are due
Don't poke fun or be cruel
Instead, obey the golden rule
Or this could come right back to you
Remember...some day you'll be old too

A son berates his Dad as he starts to speak
"There's just no way I'll listen to that once more"
It would have been so much kinder to have said
"That's a great story, Dad.. but I've heard it before"
Remember (spoken)


Some day you'll be old too
Yes, you will (spoken)
You'd want folks to be kind to you
Some day you'll be old too
Some day you'll be old too

Lyrics: Judy Welden
Music: Terrance Alan

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