19-Something Lyrics by Mark Wills


Mark Wills Lyrics

19-Something Lyrics
I saw Star Wars at least 8 times

Had the pac-man pattern memorized

And I've seen the stuff they put inside

Stretch Armstrong



I was Roger Stauback back in my back yard

Had a shoebox full of baseball cards

And a couple of Evil Kinevil scars

On my right arm

Well, I was a kid when Elvis died

And my mama cried



Chorus:

It was 1970- something

In the world that I grew up in

Farrah Faucett hair-do days

Bell bottoms and 8-track tapes

Lookin' back now I can see me

And oh, man did I look cheesy

But I wouldn't trade those days for nothin'

It was 1970-something



It was the dawning of a new decade

When we got our first microwave

And Dad broke down and finally shaved

Those sideburns off

I took the stickers off of my Rubix cube

Watched MTV all afternoon

My first love was Daisy Duke

In them cut off jeans

A Space Shuttle fell out of the sky

And the whole world cried



Chorus:

It was 1980-something

In the world that I grew up in

Skating rinks and Black Trans Ams

Big hair and parachute pants

Lookin' back now I can see me

And oh, man did I look cheesy

But I wouldn't trade those days for nothin'

It was 1980-something



Now I got a mortgage and an SUV

But all this responsibility

Makes me wish sometimes

Sometimes....



chorus:

It was 1980-something

In the world that I grew up in

Skating rinks and Black Trans Ams

Big hair and parachute pants

Lookin' back now I can see me

And oh, man did I look cheesy

But I wouldn't trade those days for nothin'

It was 1980-something



1970-something

Aw, it was 19-Something


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