"That Dangerous Age" as written by Simon Dine and Paul Weller....
(Shoop... Shoop)
And when he wakes up in the morning
It takes him time to adjust
So sick and tired of the money
(Shoop, he's at that dangerous age)
And all the life that is lost
(Shoop, he's at that dangerous age)

If you could only get it back
How high the whirl
Could start to stack
And every chance you gets to fly he goes far
In his car

He likes 2 sugars in his coffee
(Shoop, he's at that dangerous age)
He wants a chick in the office
(Shoop, he's at that dangerous age)
He's touching straight up bay
(Shoop, he's at that dangerous age)
He's on a much higher rage
(Shoop, he's at that dangerous age)

And he will seconds of a frame
He starts to see
And takes the blame
And any chance he gets to run he goes far
In his car, very far

She wears her skirt so much higher

She has the heir for high flyer
(Shoop, she's at that dangerous age)
She gets down on the student range
(Shoop, she's at that dangerous age)
And all her friends think she's trying
(Shoop, she's at that dangerous age)
She's at that dangerous age
(Shoop, they're at that dangerous age)
She's at that dangerous age
(Shoop, they're at that dangerous age)

(Shoop, she's at that dangerous age)
(Shoop, she's at that dangerous age)

And when he wakes up in the morning
It takes him time to adjust
He's so sick of the money
And all the life that is lost


Lyrics submitted by beqk

"That Dangerous Age" as written by Paul Weller Simon Dine

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

That Dangerous Age song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain