She was a hit at seventeen
Four years on and she's waitressing
And she wants to know what ever happened
To the boy with the broken heart

She had a house out in Echo Park
I called her up as the day grew dark
And we talked about our favorite pictures
And on the change in the weather
And she said my how I have changed
She asked me if she looked different

She laughed passing it off on the turn of the century

She said her boyfriend was never home
Was up in San Francisco with his trombone
And she said she didn't date musicians
As she fixed us drinks in the kitchen

Then she showed me her favorite thing
A wooden box with her mothers' ring
And she said this wasn't something
That she showed just anyone
And she said my how I have change
She asked me if she looked different

She laughed passing it off on the turn of the century
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Turn Of The Century Lyrics

Irving – Turn Of The Century Lyrics

Songwriters: GIBB, BARRY ALAN/GIBB, ROBIN HUGH
Turn Of The Century lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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