Young by Sam Smith Lyrics

I want to be wild and young
And not be afraid to lose
Cry on my own, me and my bottle
These are the things I choose

But they're watching me, judging me
Making me feel so used
Can't you see that all I wanna do
Is get a little wild, get a little high
Kiss a hundred boys and not feel like I'm tied to them
If you wanna judge me, then go and load the gun
I've done nothing wrong, I'm young

Oh-oh, oh-oh
I wanna fight and fall off the tables
Then wait to regret last night
My heavy heart pounds deep like a dagger
'Cause I'm not afraid to bite

But they'rе watching me, judging me
Making me feel so usеd
Can't you see that all I wanna do
Is get a little wild, get a little high
Kiss a hundred boys and not feel like I'm tied to them
If you wanna judge me, then go and load the gun
I've done nothing wrong, I'm young

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Get a little wild, get a little high
Kiss a hundred boys and not feel like I'm tied to them
If you wanna judge me, then go and load the gun
I've done nothing wrong, I'm young

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About Young

"Young" is the (lgbtq+, pop) 1st track by pop, r&b, soul singer, song writer "Sam Smith" from Sam Smith's 3rd studio album Love Goes. "Young" (2:33 min) song was released on October 30, 2020 through Capitol Records and under ℗ © 2020 Universal Music Operations Limited.

Young is written by Sam Smith, Steve Mac and is produced by Steve Mac.

The song "Young" by Sam Smith is available in Digital Mp3 Download and Streaming formats on music online shopping store Apple Music/iTunes, Amazon Music & on online music streaming site Spotify.

‘Young’ is really sad. I wrote it with [British producer and songwriter] Steve Mac, and the lyrics were a commentary on fame and the position I’m in. I became well-known when I was 21. After In the Lonely Hour, there was this constant feeling of wanting to be normal and do normal things, and feeling like I can’t because of the pressure on me. All I wanted to do was smoke a joint, have a drink, go out, kiss loads of boys and have one-night stands—just be young. And I felt like I had that right taken away from me because when I do it, people are watching and judging me. I wanted to start the album with this song because it was a declaration. But it was also saying, ‘This isn’t going to be an album of only uptempo pop. I’m still the person who was writing those sad love songs.’

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