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Tom Jones Lyrics
"Younger Days"

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I'm still young at heart
I play the part
I feel so good, I feel so good
When madison square garden no longer screams for me
And the record compagnie don't send no limo's for me
And the young girls they think that I'm too old

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I know I be oke when I think of the young days, the young days
With a mike and a guitar I used to racket on any stage, any stage
From the hood to the suburbs in the theater near you
The big neonlights whenever we came through
People pushing through like they don't no what to do
Bouncers screaming he, he, he

Ain't no pushing to the back of the line
Don't you know
Everybody's bound to get in
Wait your turn
Ticketholders are first on the line
But it made me feel special when
A hunderd girls rushed that door
Ain't no what the bouncers say
They went to the club screaming tom
It made me feel special when the say
Dj play this request
Allright
Thinking of my younger rowdy days
I know my people say
Come rush the door we gonna bombrush the door (3*) he, he ,he
Come rush the door we gonna bombrush the door (3*) he, he, he

When I look in your eyes that's the only stars I see
And I go through new york with no security
And on the billboards I'm no longer number one

Refrein:I know I be oke when I think of the young days, the young days etc

It was young and rowdy
Now I'm old and rowdy
As long as I stay rowdy
Nothing gonna be cloudy

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It was good in sixty-five
It was good in sixty-six
It was good in sixty-seven
I felt I was in heaven
It still feels good
After all these years
Now we're in a
New millenium
I can dig it
I still dig it
I still do it
Cause I love it yes I do
This song is from the album "The Definitive Tom Jones 1962-2002" and "Mr Jones".