For the Young at Heart - 1961

Too Young To Go Steady
< instrumental & choral opening >
 
Too young to go steady,
Too young, I hear her say,
She says we're not ready,
But then why am I feelin' this way?
 
Too young, so she tells me,
She says, we'll have to wait,
Why wait . . .
'Till it may be too late?
 
Can she realize she drives me wild,
Is she made of stone?
Must she always treat me like a child,
Won't she ever own up, I'm grown up?
Someday, she'll be sorry,
Someday, just wait an' see!
She'll wish . . .
She'd gone steady . . .
With me!
 
( Can she realize she drives me wild,
Is she made of stone?
Must she always treat me like a child,
Won't she ever own up, I'm grown up? )
Someday, she'll be sorry,
Someday, just wait an' see!
She'll wish . . .
She'd gone steady . . .
With me!
 
She'll wish . . .
She'd gone steady . . .
With me!
 
< instrumental & choral close >
 
Music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Harold Adamson , 1955 
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Original RCA RecordingVinyl Version | Album Session | Album Notes | Large View | 
Arranged by O.B. Masingill
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra ( and Chorus )
Produced by Hugo & Luigi
Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City
Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson
Recorded November 2, 1960

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