Trijntje Oosterhuis

Looking back on when I
Was a little nappy headed girl
Then my only worry
Was for Christmas what would be my toy
Even though we sometimes
Would not get a thing
We were happy with the
Joy the day would bring

Sneaking out the back door
To hang out with those hoodlum friends of mine
Greeted at the back door
With you mamma told you not to go outside
Tryin' your best to bring the
Water to your eyes
Thinkin' it might stop her
Grom woopin' your behind

I wish those days could come back once more
Why did those days ever have to go
I wish those days could come back once more
Why did those days ever have to go
Cause I loved them so

Brother says he's tellin'
'Bout you playin' doctor with that girl
Just don't tell I'll give you
Anything you want in this whole wide world

Mama gives you money for Sunday school You trade yours for candy after church is through
Smokin' cigarettes and writing something nasty on the wall (you nasty girl)
Teacher sends you to the principal's office down the hall

You grow up and learn that kinda thing ain't right
But while you were doin'it-it sure felt outta sight

I wish those days could come back once more
Why did those days ever have to go
I wish those days could come back once more
Why did those days ever have to go

Liselotje

Submitted by Liselotje at Mon 17 Mar, 2003 1:00 am

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