Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age
Willie Nelson

Don't be ashamed of your age
Don't let the years
Get you down
That old gang you knew
They still think of you
As a rounder
In your old home town

Don't mind
The grey in your hair
Just think of the fun
You had puttin' it there
And as for
That old book of time
Boy, you never skipped a page
So
Don't be ashamed of your age
Brother
Don't be ashamed of your age

Now, listen
Mr. Smith and Mr. Brown
Don't let the years get you down
'Cause life ain't begun
Until you're forty some
That's when you really start
To go to town
Now don't wish
That you were a lad
Why boy, you've lost more girls
Than they've ever had
And once more you've graduated
From that ol' stubborn stage
So
Don't be ashamed of your age
Brother
Don't be ashamed of your age