Aging is a state of mind
But sometimes feels a bit unkind
I’ll share with you here on this page
What life throws at you as you age.
The first is that your boobs will drop
Your bones will start to creak and pop
Your brain goes soft, your gums recede
You can’t remember if you’ve peed.
Your feet get wide, your butt keeps pace
You’re winded if you hum in place
Your vision blurs, your hearing fades
You’ve lost the point of panty raids.
Your hair goes thin atop your head
And sprouts up someplace else instead
You’re gray in places no one sees
That creaking sound? It’s just your knees.
But life goes on, so full and rich
You’ll live it at a fever pitch
Enjoying things you love to do
With friends who’ll always see you through.
So disregard this aging thing
You’ve many years to dance and sing
Your book of life’s not nearly shut
You’ve still got lots of stuff to strut!