"Those Kids" as written by Eliot Krimsky, Luke Temple Breneman and Mike Johnson....
Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder
Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder

Don't let the TV tell you it knows about the baby singing
It has no idea of the terrible, terrible bell that it's ringing
For the kids, they watch, they think it's all that they've got
When they get as old as me, they'll wish that they were not

Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder
Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder

I met the program director of MTV
He said if the kids don't want your music than neither do we
He didn't know what he was saying
If he did, he'd get right down and start playing
Woa

Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder
Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder

We've got the give them the chance to feel what it is to be in wonder
It's not about putting death and mystery down under
You profit control just because you're too scared of getting old

Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder
Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder
Yes I am getting older
Let the kids become the dream on my shoulder
Yes I am getting older


Lyrics submitted by kstemz

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