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  1. Young

From the recording Coffee Every Morning

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Written by Jessie Ritter
Produced by Jim Lill

Lyrics

Verse 1:
Running down Thompson Ridge in old blue jeans
Triple back flip off a rusted tire swing
Broken arm and trophy scars
That’s one hell of a way to win a heart
Might kill him ‘fore we’re done
At least it keeps us young

Chorus:
Young, like summer nights, dancing round in circles, bathing in the moonlight
Young, when you fall so fast, busy being seventeen, hoping this love lasts
Driving around on a Saturday night, singing along “I’v Had the Time of my Life”
Waking up with you under the July sun
It might kill us ‘fore were done
Love, keeps us young

Verse 2:
He was smoking those cigarettes down by the dock
Racing my dad’s corvette against the clock
1950 classic red, that slow Patron buzz in our heads
Might kill me ‘fore we’re done
At least it keeps us young

Chorus:
Young, like summer nights, dancing round in circles, bathing in the moonlight
Young, when you fall so fast, busy being seventeen, hoping this love lasts
Driving around on a Saturday night, singing along “I’v Had the Time of my Life”
Waking up with you under the July sun
It might kill us ‘fore were done
Love, keeps us young

Bridge:
Open arms, falling hard, can’t keep up with this pace for long
I know I’ll still want you when you’re gone
And be Young

Chorus:
Young, like summer nights, dancing round in circles, bathing in the moonlight
Young, when you fall so fast, busy being seventeen, hoping this love lasts
Driving around on a Saturday night, singing along “I’v Had the Time of my Life”
Waking up with you under the July sun
It might kill us ‘fore were done
Love, keeps us young
It might kill us ‘fore were done
Love, keeps us young