Now you’re sixty four

Now that we’re older still got my hair

Several years have passed

Grateful if you send me a valentine

Better still a bottle of wine

Hate staying out till quarter to three

Did I lock the door?

Though you don’t need me, will you still feed me

Now you’re sixty four?

I’ve got older too

But daren’t say a word

Want to stay with you.

I am still useless mending a fuse

When the lights have gone

No one knits sweaters by the fireside

Sunday mornings no time to ride

Doing the garden, digging the weeds

Who could ask for more?

Though you don’t need me, will you still feed me

Now you’re sixty four?

Every summer you can book a ticket for a long haul flight

Glad it’s not too dear

Got the mortgage paid.

Grandchildren on your knee

Coral, Blaze and Jade.

Send me an e mail, tweet me a tweet

Status, point of view.

Indicate roughly what u mean 2 say

Yours sincerely, tapping away

Give me your answer, filling a form

Takes for evermore

Though you don’t need me, will you still feed me

Now you’re sixty four?

Ho!

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