When I was young, my bells were rung
For impossible adventures
It’s not the same, no bells proclaim
When you’re sixty-six with dentures.
But I don’t really care at all
For I have you and you’re my all
A subtler sound the years have found
I hear it in my heart
The things we’ve done, the love, the fun
Set all old dreams apart
Regret? I feel there’s nothing dafter
For I have you and I hear laughter.