Lyrics - Beatles - When I'm Sixty-Four

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Answer
When
I
get
older
losing
my
hair
many
years
from
now
will
you
still
be
sending
me
a
valentine
birthday
greetings
bottle
of
wine
Answer
if
I'd
been
out
till
quarter
to
three
would
you
lock
the
door
will
you
still
need
me
will
you
still
feed
me
when
Answer
I'm
sixty-four
you'll
be
older
too
and
if
you
say
the
word
I
could
stay
with
you
I
could
be
handy
mending
a
fuse
Answer
when
your
lights
have
gone
you
can
knit
a
sweater
by
the
fireside
Sunday
mornings
go
for
a
ride
doing
the
garden
digging
the
Answer
weeds
who
could
ask
for
more
will
you
still
need
me
will
you
still
feed
me
when
I'm
sixty-four
every
summer
we
can
rent
Answer
a
cottage
in
the
Isle
of
Wight
if
it's
not
too
dear
we
shall
scrimp
and
save
grandchildren
on
your
knee
Vera
Chuck
and
Answer
Dave
Send
me
a
postcard
drop
me
a
line
stating
point
of
view
indicate
precisely
what
you
mean
to
say
yours
sincerely
wasting
away
Answer
give
me
your
answer
fill
in
a
form
mine
for
evermore
will
you
still
need
me
will
you
still
feed
me
when
I'm
sixty-four
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