Kenny Chesney – Young Lyric

"Kenny Chesney - Young" LYRICS

Lookin' back now well it makes me laugh,
We were growin' our hair,
We were cuttin' class,
Knew it all already there was nothing to learn,
We were strikin' matches just to watch em burn.

Listenin' to our music just a little too loud,
We were hanging in there with the outcast crowd,
Headin' to the rapids with some discount beer,
It was a long train tressle but we had no fear,

Man I don't know where the time goes
But it sure goes fast, just like that,
We were wannabe rebels that didn't have a clue
In our rock n roll tee shirts and our typically bad attitudes
Had no excuses for the things that we'd done
We were brave, we were crazy, we were mostly
Young, young

Talked a good game, we were right with the guys
But in the backseat we were awkward and shy
Girls were a mystery that we couldn't explain,
And I guess there are some things that are never gonna change

Man I don't know where the time goes
But it sure goes fast, just like that
We were wannabe rebels that didn't have a clue
In our rock n roll tee shirts and our typically bad attitudes
Had no excuses for the things that we'd done
We were brave, we were crazy, we were mostly
Young, young, young

Yeah and wishing we were older
Young
Hey I wish it wasn't over

Man I don't know where the time goes,
But it sure goes fast, just like that
We were wannabe rebels that didn't have a clue
In our rock n roll tee shirts and our typically bad attitudes
Had no excuses for the things that we'd done
We were brave, we were crazy, we were mostly
Young, young

Hey and wishing we were older
And I wish it wasn't over

Enda Kenny

Enda Kenny (born 24 April 1951) is an Irish politician who has been leader of Fine Gael since 2002 and Taoiseach since March 2011. He has also been Ireland's Minister for Defence since 6 May 2016. He was a two-term Vice-President of the European People's Party and was Ireland's Minister for Tourism and Trade from 1994 to 1997. Kenny has been a Teachta Dála (TD) for Mayo since 1975, having succeeded his father Henry Kenny. He is the longest-serving TD currently in Dáil Éireann, which makes him the incumbent Father of the Dáil. Kenny led Fine Gael ahead of the 2011 general election. He subsequently brokered an agreement with the Labour Party and formed a coalition government on 9 March 2011. After two months of negotiations following the 2016 election, an agreement was reached for a Fine Gael-led minority government, and Kenny was re-elected as Taoiseach on 6 May 2016. He is the first Taoiseach from Fine Gael since John Bruton from 1994 to 1997, the first Fine Gael leader to win government in an election since Garret FitzGerald in 1982, and the first Fine Gael Taoiseach to maintain his office after a general election.