by Judie Tzuke, who was born on April 3 in 1956, and so had a birthday yesterday.
.....I have to tell you this: I thoroughly enjoyed being 18, but even if I could I wouldn't go back. It's true that I'd change some things if I could; but if I was 18 again and didn't know what I know now what good is that, and if I did know -well, how painful would that be? I'll just try to move forward from here.
I feel like life has poured a cold cup of tea on my head
Why can’t I wake up when I was eighteen again?
When I was eighteen
Wish I was eighteen
I really don’t want to know
It’s taken a while to face up to who I’ve become
How did I fall so deep?
How can I not see that my world was fast asleep
Whatever way I turn
I can’t get across the bridges I burned
And seems there’s no going back
All those dreams that I had were shattered
This is the 1st song on her 15th studio album, which was released in 2007.
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