"School Days [*]" as written by Kim Fowley and Joan Jett....
Used to be the trouble maker
Hated homework, was a sweet heart breaker
But now I have my dream
I'm so rowdy for eighteen

Never read a single book
Hated homework and the dirty looks
But now I live my life
There's a lot I've seen at eighteen, oh yeah

School days, school days
I'm older now and what will I find about my
School day, school days
I'm starting to slip, I'm losin' my mind

Used to be the wild one
Hated class only lived for fun
I'm mean and got my schemes
At the crazy age of eighteen

Never made the honor roll
Hated rules what I was told
Now I am almost free
It's a dangerous scene when you're eighteen, oh yeah

School days, school days
I'm older now and what will I find about my
School day, school days
I'm starting to slip, I'm losin' my mind

School days, school days
I'm older now and what will I find about my
School day, school days
I'm starting to slip, I'm losin' my mind

School days, school days
I'm older now and what will I find about my
School day, school days
I'm starting to slip, I'm losin' my mind

School days, school days
I'm older now and what



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"School Days" as written by Kim Fowley, Joan Jett

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