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Rod Stewart – Ooh La La lyrics

(ron wood, ronnie lane, 1973)
[vocals by ronnie lane]

Poor old granddad I laughed at all his words
I thought he was a bitter man
He spoke of womens ways
They'll trap you, then they use you before you even know
For love is blind and you're far too kind
Don't ever let it show

I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was younger.
I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was stronger.

The can-can such a pretty show
Will steal your heart away
But backstage back on earth again
The dressing rooms are grey
They come on strong and it aint too long
For they make you feel a man
But love is blind and you soon will find
Youre just a boy again

When you want her lips, you get her cheek
Makes you wonder where you are
If you want some more then she's fast asleep
Youre just twinkling with the stars.

Poor young grandson, there's nothing I can say
Youll have to learn, just like me
And that's the hardest way, ooh la la
Ooh la la, la la, yeah

I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was younger.
I wish that I knew what I know now
When I was stronger.



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