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Still Too Young To Remember

This song is by It Bites and appears on the album Eat Me In St. Louis (1989).

Spent the summer dressed in black
Enough to put your back against the wall
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know
There's a woman close at hand
She's with another man and I'm alone
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know

Do you remember our push against the war
You carried me home and then you
Had to watch the story of my own life

And I'm still too young to remember
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know
And I'm still too young to remember
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know

Spent the summer on my own
You give a dog a bone and he'll come running
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know
There's a woman in my head
She should be in my bed and that's not funny
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know

Do you remember our push against the war
You carried me home and then you
Had to watch the story of my own life

And I'm still too young to remember
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know
And I'm still too young to remember
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know

Leaving by the back door it's the one in which I came
I stroke the tears upon her cheeks and they all look the same
Oh boy, I'm lonesome and I'm half way round the bend
And she blows

And I'm still too young to remember
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know
And I'm still too young to remember
Don't you know, Don't you know, you know