Drive yourself right up the wall No one hears and no one calls It's a boring state It's a useless wait, I know
Brag about things you don't understand A girl and a woman, a boy and a man Everything is sexually vague Now you're wondering to yourself That you might be gay
Your age is the hardest age Everything drags and drags One day, baby, maybe help you through
Drive your ma to the bank Tell your pa you got a date You're lying, now you're lying on your back
Try to figure out, they wonder what next you'll You don't understand anything sexual I don't understand Tell my friends I'm doing fine
Your age is the hardest age Everything drags and drags You're looking funny You ain't laughing, are you? Sixteen blue Sixteen blue Sixteen blue
Your age is the hardest age Everything drags and drags You're looking funny You ain't laughing, are you? Sixteen blue Sixteen blue Sixteen blue Sixteen blue Sixteen blue Sixteen blue You mine, if you want to
Writer/s: PAUL WESTERBERG
Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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Mister Whirly from MinneapolisI stand corrected. I looked at some live video and indeed it is Paul playing the haunting final solo. My respect for his guitar playing, which has always been underrated, just went up another notch.
Andy from Omaha, NeActually, the album credits state that "Paul plays 12-string electric, second lead", so it's Paul playing the solo at the end. The solo is also the same as the album version, it's just a different vocal take. Man, I'm a geek
Mister Whirly from Minneapolis, MnThe greatest song ever written about being a teenager. The demo version on the 'Let it Be'has the best Bob guitar work on it ever - to this day his playing at the end of the song never fails to give me goosebumps...
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