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Marty Robbins – Once-A-Week Date lyrics
(Too young to really be in love)
(But old enough to cry)

Too young to think of marriage
You've been told and so have I
Too young to really be in love
But old enough to cry
I know because we both cried
When they said we'd have to wait
And that we must be satisfied
With a once a week date

The time we spent together
I'm so happy I could cry
It only lasts a little while
And then we say goodbye
Till they believe we're old enough
I suppose we'll have to wait
But they can't change the way we feel
With a once a week date

(Too young to think of marriage)
(You've been told and so have I)
(Too young to really be in love)
(But old enough to cry)

The time we spent together
I'm so happy I could cry
It only lasts a little while
And then we say goodbye
Till they believe we're old enough
I suppose we'll have to wait
But they can't change the way we feel
With a once a week date

(Just a once a week date)
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