A Depressing Song About Single Life

Song Description

Orignally written for an independent film, "A Depressing Song About Single Life" looks at the aging process of confirmed bachelors.

Song Length 2:14 Genre Pop - Easy Listening, Unique - Unclassified
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Mood Quiet, Composed
Subject Age, Aging, Numbness Language English
Era 1960 - 1969


"A Depressing Song About Single Life"

Author: Andrew J. Blackwood
136 Wilson Ave.
Waukesha, WI 53186

© 2003 Blackwood Songs 2003A

Now that you're growing older.
I've watched you for a couple of days.
You've got a slight double chin.
Your hair's growing thin.
You're getting more set in your ways.

Just as you wake in the morning.
Deep down I think you know it's true.
The bags under your eyes,
You cannot disguise.
There's nothing much you can do.

I think you know you got these habits on your own.
I think you can't deny that something here has got to go.

Now that the party's over.
Recouping takes a couple of days.
Do you see what I mean?
Go get some caffeine
You really cannot keep this pace.

You've watched the time go by and still you're on your own.
Now since you are past your prime, you have to live life all alone.

Lyrics andy blackwood Music andy blackwood
Performance andy blackwood, wes vokes
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