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"Women peak at fourty, and men at ninteen
I remember laughing my head off when I read that in a magazine
(I was twenty at the time)
Now I'm staring fourty right in the face
And the only trouble with being a woman my age, is the men my age.
That's why younger men are starting to catch my eye
I'm starting to stop what I'm doing
Just to turn around and watch them walk by
At the very next opportunity
I'm gonna give a younger man a try
Because younger men are starting to catch my eye
Men my age, poor old darlings, they're worried and their harry
Some of them drink too much, whole lot of them are married
And honey here I'm at on the threshold of all that fun
I'm gonna try my best to cross it with a younger one
Oh, I said that younger men are starting to catch my eye
I'm starting to stop what I'm doing
Just to turn around and watch them walk by
At the very next opportunity
I'm gonna give a younger man a try
Because younger men are starting to catch my eye
(Musical interlude)
Woah, look over here
We got a cute little ol' runner to the right
Blue shorts, no shirt
Whoo! You're looking good darling
That's right, stay in shape
Ohh... Ohh... Ohhhhhhh...
Because younger men are starting to catch my eye
Yes, I said younger men are starting to catch my eye"



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