I'm not too young and I'm not too old

Listen up everybody
This ain't Aaron's party
Part two, I'm older now
Come and show me body
Girl, whatcha gonna do
Come and talk to me in the backseat
Baby backstreet

We could surf the board
Surf the net, better yet
We could make a little bet
If we get together, yo, it's gonna be da bomb
Hit me all baby, Aaron Carter dot com

See when it comes to girls
I'm not too young
Babyface back upon the scene
But when I get in trouble
Hey, I'm not so old
I put my cap way down
And say I'm thirteen-years-old
That's how we roll

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, and I'm not too old

Here we go

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, I'm not too old

It's A to the A to the are O N
I'm all growin' up now
Run and tell your friend
It's all sewn up now
Where do I begin?
Don't even playa hate
Tryin' to say I look ten
Imma tellin' you again

I'm all up in da video
Catch me in the studio
That's my life bro. It's in my blood
Hey, it ain't my fault
You want to step to me
We can take it to the asphalt
Shoot some hoops
Slam dunk the funk
Battle on the rollerblades
You're callin' me a punk

Bring on the skateboards
Or the BMX. Show me what you got
Is that all? Please, next
I'll wipe the floor with you
Where's the concentration
Don't even talk about the Sony PlayStation
I'll make it happen if it's games that you want
Aaron Carter got you open
Don't front, don't front
Let's roll

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, and I'm not too old

Here we go

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, I'm not too old

He's steppin' out with the older boys
Cover up your ears 'cause we're makin that noise
He's steppin' out with the younger girls
Cover up your eyes 'cause we rock the world

He's steppin' out with the older boys
Cover up your ears 'cause we're makin that noise
He's steppin out with the younger girls
Cover up your eyes 'cause we rock the world

See, when it comes to takin'
All the girls for a cruise in my ride
All I need is pillows
Hello. I'm not too young
My cellular rung
Switch it off, yo
Hit me on the pager
A real teenager, with a fake beard
Battin' in the majors

That's how we roll
And when it suits me
I'm anywhere between 12 and 18-years-old

Here we go

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, and I'm not too old

Here we go

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, I'm not too old

Here we go

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, and I'm not too old

Here we go

Throw your hands up now
Let the music take control
This is how we roll
I'm not too young, I'm not too old


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Not Too Young, Not Too Old Lyrics as written by Michael Mark Power Lucas Secon

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  • +1
    General Comment

    Remind me a lot about my high school days....

    cutecreativeangelon February 13, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    I love this song, personally...I've seen him perform it in concert numerous times and even once with Nick. I have to admit, I'm biased towards the Carter boys, but Aaron's got a lot of talent...and as soon as puberty hits, he's gonna be a force to reckon with. Trust me, the boy will go places.

    KaosAngelon September 03, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    um yeah. and ur messed up re-fuck.

    posed_skater69on May 30, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    hey if you don't like aaron carter why are you looking at his lyrics?????¿

    kristenon June 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    kids who haven't reached puberty trying to rap... and they have fans. The world has gone to hell.

    And I'm only looking up his lyrics because I want to put my opinion on it. That's what Songmeanings is for. Yeah, I'm done, now insult me, thats what you people always do.

    Mizerable_Vanillaon June 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    daronmalakianrules......dude u r seriously fucked up in the head.....u need help....serious help.....

    baby42016on June 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    You say that like its a bad thing

    GodHatesACowardon June 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    u all need help

    kristenon June 21, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Thank you for noticing

    GodHatesACowardon June 21, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this prepubescent child lip synchs to songs called " the clapping song" and "aint that cute" enough said.

    youreaveragepersonon July 20, 2002   Link

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