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She Was Too Young

This song is by The Cats and appears on the album Like The Old Days (1977).

She just said goodbye to me with a smile upon her face
Moving out like that, didn't leave a trace
She never even realized just what she meant to me
The only one I cared about was Sheila

She was too young, so very young
Just to make it on her own, live a life of pleasure

Somebody told me lately he'd seen her on a stage
Of some dirty striptease bar, all dressed in lace
She'd been drinking too much gin and fell down on the floor
They took her up and knocked her through that barroom door

She was too young, so very young
To resist the dangers of the city
She was too young, so very young
Such an innocent girl, isn't it a pity

She was too young, so very young
To resist the dangers of the city
She was too young, so very young
Such an innocent girl, isn't it a pity

Oh, my darling Sheila, you were too young
Just to make it on your own, live a life of pleasure
Just to make it on your own, live a life of pleasure
Live a life of pleasure

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