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George Burns a comedian from another generation once sang a song titled


I wish I was 18 again


At a restaurant in Dallas an old man chimed in,

And I thought he was out of his head.

Just being a young man I just laughed it off

When I heard what that old man had said.


He said I’ll never again turn the young ladies heads,

Or go running off into the wind.

I’m three quarters home from the start to the end.

And I wish I was 18 again.


I wish I was 18 again.

And going where I’ve never been.

But old folks and old oaks

Standing tall just pretend.

I wish I was 18 again.


Now time turns the pages

And oh, life goes so fast.

The years turn the black hair all grey.

I talked to some young folks,

Hey they don’t understand

The words this old man’s got to say.


I wish I was 18 again.

And going where I’ve never been.

But old folks and old oaks

Standing tall just pretend.

I wish I was 18 again.


Lord, I wish I was 18 again!

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