5 Seconds of Summer - 18

I wish that I was eighteen,
Do all the things,
You read in a magazine, you know
I'm not saying I wanna be Charlie Sheen

She's just a little bit older,
But I want to get to know her,
But she said it's already over

So tell me what else can I do?
I bought my fake ID for you

She told me to meet her there,
I cannot afford the bus fare,
I'm not old enough for her,
I'm just waiting 'til I'm eighteen

I think she wants to get with me,
But she's got a job in the city,
Says that she's always too busy

She's got a naughty tattoo,
In a place that I want to get to,
But my mom still drives me to school

So tell me what else can I do?
I bought my fake ID for you

She told me to meet her there,
I cannot afford the bus fare,
I'm not old enough for her,
I'm just waiting 'til I'm eighteen

You got me waiting in a queue,
For a bar I can't get into,
I'm not old enough for you,
I'm just waiting 'til I'm eighteen

In my bedroom thinking of her,
Her pictures in my private folder,
I know one day that I will hold her,
I'll make my move when I get older
Make my move when I get older

She told me to meet her there,
I cannot afford the bus fare,
I'm not old enough for her,
I'm just waiting 'til I'm eighteen

You got me waiting in a queue,
For a bar I can't get into,
I'm not old enough for you,
I'm just waiting 'til I'm eighteen

I'm so sick of waiting 'til I'm eighteen

Writers: Richard Frederick Stannard, Ash Frances Howes, Luke Robert Hemmings, Seton Daunt, Michael Gordon Clifford, Roy Neville Francis Stride

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