Don’t You Forget Me

What can an old lady tell you

That you might want to know

What can an old lady sing

If it’s not only the beginning

I give you a piece of my heart

What else to impart

On this well worn path 

Don’t you forget me

You won’t regret me

I’ll still sing if you let me

Lets drink to getting old

It’s easy to be seduced

By those sirens’ calls

You gladly hand them your cock

But they want your balls

All I’ve got is my fading soul 

And rock ’n roll

That takes it’s toll 

Don’t you forget me

You won’t regret me

I’ll still sing if you let me

Lets drink to getting old

The old and the withered

Were once the young and the strong

Make way make way

For the new youth to sing their song

I’ve moved off centre stage

Traded all that for wisdom or rage

Or a little of both

Don’t you forget me

You won’t regret me

I’ll still sing if you let me

Lets drink to getting old

Let’s make some heaven

In this place that feels like hell 

Get over here baby

You know how to ring my bell

So it’s you and me

Got our grandchildren on my knee

That’s distinctly sexy

Don’t you forget me

You won’t regret me

I’ll still sing if you let me

Lets drink to getting old

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