Are You Old Enough Karaoke Dragon

Karaoke Are You Old Enough Dragon

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Lyrics of Are You Old Enough

Ten years in the jailer's eye and I'm thinkin' 'bout my baby looking at my life go by
Falling in the streets, I'm broke and I'm laughing at the poor man talking to the blind man
See the lady in the street car lights got a whole lot to lose
Television and the red red wine so won't you tell me won't you tell me the truth?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Ooh ooh
Are you old enough?
Oh oh
Time goes and here we stand laughing at the side show sinking in the quick sand
The other side of another world scratch my back go the colored girls
Yeah
Oh yeah
I just wanted to kiss someone
I got the moondog blues
You just happened to be standing there
So won't you tell me won't you tell me the truth?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Ooh ooh
Are you old enough?
Oh oh
See the lady in the street car lights got a whole lot to lose
Television and the red red wine so won't you tell me won't you tell me the truth?
Are you old enough?
Ooh ooh
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Ooh ooh
Are you old enough?
Are you old enough?
Ooh ooh
Are you old enough?
Ten years in the jailer's eye and I'm thinkin' 'bout my baby looking at my life go by
Falling in the streets, I'm broke and I'm laughing at the poor man talking to the blind man

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