"Act My Age" as written by Edward James Drewett, Julian Bunetta and John Henry Ryan....
One, two, three, four

When I'm fat and old and my kids think I'm a joke
'Cause I move a little slow when I dance
I can count on you after all that we've been through
'Cause I know that you'll always understand

I won't act my age, no I won't act my age
No, I'll still feel the same around you
Hey!

When I'm fat and old and my kids think I'm a joke
'Cause the stories that I told, I tell again and again
I can count on you after all we got up to
'Cause I know that you truly understand

I won't act my age, no I won't act my age
No, I'll still feel the same around you
I won't act my age, no I won't act my age
No, I'll still feel the same and you will too
Hey!

When I can hardly walk and my hair is falling out
We'll still stay up till morning
We'll throw the after-party, oh yeah, oh yeah

I won't act my age, no I won't act my age
No, I'll still feel the same around you
I won't act my age, no I won't act my age
No, I'll still feel the same and you will too
Hey!


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

"Act My Age" as written by Julian Bunetta Edward James Drewett

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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