"Teenage Daughter" as written by Robert James Milton, Lawrence Cole, Josiah Peter George Harrison-wilder, Lawrence Henry William Libor and Robert White....
Uh, uh, uh
She's a China doll with a teenage daughter
I've seen it all before, but I never thought of warn you
when we're struggling to think straight
There's another change in us
And we both knew this time

Tell me old foe, you remember where we started?
All caught up in love shaking hands and fickle hearted
And I remember you were puffy eyed in the morning
Save yourself for another guy

Aah
Aah
Aah
I get used to it

Aah
Aah
Aah
I get used to it

She's a China doll with a teenage daughter
I've seen it all before but I thought you knew better
And she'll never look the same way
There's another change in her
And we both knew this time

Aah
Aah
Aah
I get used to it

Aah
Aah
Aah
I get used to it

Ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh

Aah
Aah
Aah
I get used to it

Aah
Aah
Aah
I get used to it

Aah
Aah
Aah
Ooh
Woah oh


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"Teenage Daughter" as written by Lawrence Cole Josiah Peter George Harrison-wilder

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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