Artist: Katy Hudson
You would think that
I could find a simple song a photgraph of mine
To show this public eye what I have to offer
I may not have a PHD or speak in eloquent philosophy
I'm nothing more than simply me you see
What I am trying to say
I'm just a babe in so many ways
I'm still growing still stretching
Still breakingin these new shoes
Looking for a way to make a mark of my own
I'm just a spring chick wet behind the ears
I'm just a part of life there's no need to fear
These growing pains that I'm going through
I don't regret
I'm not ashamed that I haven't yet begun to speaketh ways
(As the wisest of men) oh [erhaps some day
But for now I'm grateful
To be a part of the family tree
While the Man upstairs does His work on me
It's a job that make take eternity to complete
Just when I've learned all I can
Those growing pains up and kick on in again
Time after time one more time and again will it ever end?
It's the lessons in our lives that make us wise
But young or old I am told it's the same
Oh these growing pains never go away so I'll just keep on trying
Oh baby don't worry about a thang!
Writer(s): Arthur Schwartz, Dorothy Fields
Copyright: Putnam Music Inc.
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