"Skit #2" as written by and George Watsky....
[KID]
Yeah, I've been doing that
I've been doing that ever since I was in kindergarten
I've been doing that for a long long long long, long long long long long long time
[WATSKY]
(laughs)
Oh, when did it actually get really bad though?
[KID]
I was turning the age I am right now
[WATSKY]
Which is how old?
[KID]
Eight
[WATSKY]
Eight is a good year, eight is maybe the finest year
[KID]
The only thing is that
The only problem with that is that you're getting closer to being ten
That's the real problem
[WATSKY]
You don't wanna turn ten?
[KID]
I mean, I mean, that's the only problem with it
I mean you're like, you're being closer to ten every time you change in age
And when you're close to ten
[WATSKY]
It's all over
[KID]
Yeah, you might not like the things you used to like, right?
[WATSKY]
I actually had probably the exact same fear when I was about to turn ten
But I'm gonna let you know right now you shouldn't worry
Because being ten is-is super rad
But the thing that would always make me feel better
Is my mom and dad would sit me down and do funny voices
And they would tell me a story and it would all go away


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"Skit #2" as written by George Watsky

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