"25 Back Then" as written by Lauren Christy and Gary Clark....
So long war
Rock and roll has not been heard before
In their long black cars
Technicolor movies for the stars
I wish I'd learn to dance the way my parents danced
It seems I always try to lead the man
Cause I can
I wish that I was 25 back then

London's high
Marianne is faithful to the sky
And a brand new beat
Floating from a room across the street
It wasn't only Armstrong up there on the moon
It seemed everybody's head was in the sky
Sometimes I
I wish that I was 25 back then

What I need is Jean Picard
To teach me how to fly
Get to meet whatever's out there
Watching from the sky
Bring back a new cigarette that
Doesn't make you die
Don't want a super highway
Just want a super high
Sometimes I
I wish that I was 25 back then
And the world moves on


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"25 Back Then" as written by Lauren Christy Gary Clark

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