"Teenage Days"
(Learn Right from Wrong: That's What Counts)

by John A. Tuttle (11-14-68)





Teenage days are something quite synonymous.
Comprised of tactical temptations.
Overtly beneficial to those
Who know accentuated posy.

Heaven knows where they will end up.
Forecasters to a futuristic race.

I've seen them engage in mischief.
Searching for the unwritten sign.
But direction has no bearing,
Especially when there is no time.

So complacent thoughts must carry
Every whimsical suppression of mine.

(Break - missing from song)

(Ancient parental protection
Will have to let them go so they can see.)

Teenage days are something quite atrocious,
But we'll learn right from wrong
And that's what counts.

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Dedicated to Teenagers.

Now Playing: "Teenage Days", composed October 10, 1967 by John A. Tuttle.
Recorded in the 80's, before I relocated the music and the words.

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