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23rd Jan '16 10:19:40 PM Plymouthdodgewrecks
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* Ben Caplan's "Stranger" details the tale of a man being told all his life to trust no one, first as a small child by his mother, then as a schoolboy by his father, and finally by his university professor as a young man. Finally, in his old age, the man looks back and discovers that his lack of trust has made his life miserable.
20th Jan '16 5:57:52 PM Pichu-kun
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* "7 Years" by Lukas Graham has the 20-something year old protagonist thinking back to when he was 7, when he was 11, when he was 20. He thinks to the future as well, when he will be 30 and when he turns 60.
14th Jan '16 11:34:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* AesopRock has "No Regrets" (7, 37, 87). Pay attention to the lyrics for the most inspiring lyrics you've heard in a long time)
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* AesopRock Music/AesopRock has "No Regrets" (7, 37, 87). Pay attention to the lyrics for the most inspiring lyrics you've heard in a long time)
6th Jan '16 10:18:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* It's not in the lyrics, but {{Squeeze}} did a video for their "Hourglass" where in the chorus, the band is in diapers, then schoolboy uniforms, teenage punk clothes, business suits, old codger clothes, and coffins.
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* It's not in the lyrics, but {{Squeeze}} Music/{{Squeeze}} did a video for their "Hourglass" where in the chorus, the band is in diapers, then schoolboy uniforms, teenage punk clothes, business suits, old codger clothes, and coffins.

* SteamPoweredGiraffe: ''Captain Albert Alexander'' follows the Captain from boyhood to death.
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* SteamPoweredGiraffe: Music/SteamPoweredGiraffe: ''Captain Albert Alexander'' follows the Captain from boyhood to death.
18th Dec '15 5:51:02 PM Pichu-kun
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* Do You Want to Build a Snowman from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. 5(Anna) 8 (Elsa) -> 11 (Anna) 14 (Elsa) -> 15 (Anna) 18 (Elsa)
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* Do ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': ** "Do You Want to Build a Snowman Snowman" has Anna at 5 & Elsa at 8 -> Anna at age 11 & Elsa at age 14-> Anna at age 15 & Elsa at age 18. It starts when Elsa is forced to shut herself from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. 5(Anna) 8 (Elsa) -> 11 (Anna) 14 (Elsa) -> 15 (Anna) 18 (Elsa) her sister, passes through the years with Anna continuously asking Elsa if she wants to play only to be refused or ignored, and ends [[MoodWhiplash with their parents death]]. ** The very early CutSong "We Know Better" was an age progression song starting with a 3 year old Elsa after Anna's birth. It continues until Anna is 19 and Elsa is 22. The song starts off about how Anna and Elsa are best friends who defy what a princess is "supposed" to be like. The dark reprise has the local villagers start to become wary of their future queen and her ice powers. At the same time 12-year old Anna's parents tell her to act more princess-like and lead by example. This is the beginning of the rift in their relationship and the rest of the song has them drifting apart.
17th Dec '15 5:35:23 PM dexterian120
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* Carrie Underwood - "All American Girl" (birth, high school years, marriage)
5th Jul '15 7:32:46 AM lakingsif
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** Also "The Best Day", speaking of the present at 5 years, 13, and looking back at 3; and "Never Grow Up", looking back on young childhood all the way to moving out.
3rd Jul '15 5:36:34 AM Ingonyama
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* Lorrie Morgan's "Something in Red" is a variation where what changes isn't so much age exactly (although the singer and her man do age) but the nature of their relationship, with each stage represented by a different color for the clothing she goes to buy: red (seduction), green (envy of another woman who caught his eye), white (marriage), blue (baby clothes), and finally red again (rekindling their romance). Aside from one line and a tense change, it also has a [[DualMeaningChorus Dual Meaning Verse]].
14th Jun '15 11:44:54 AM igordebraga
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* "We Will Rock You" by Music/{{Queen}}, from ''Music/NewsOfTheWorld''. Young boy, young man, old man. It's easy to overlook if you're too busy rocking out to the refrain.
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* "We Will Rock You" by Music/{{Queen}}, from ''Music/NewsOfTheWorld''. Young boy, Boy, young man, old man. It's easy to overlook if you're too busy rocking out to the refrain.you treat it as a ChorusOnlySong.
21st May '15 8:34:23 AM BabyM
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* "Old Admirals" by Creator/AlStewart follows the career of a British naval officer ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Fisher,_1st_Baron_Fisher Admiral of the Fleet "Jacky" Fisher]], more or less) from his first cruise on a sailing ship in 1853 through his post-WorldWarOne retirement.
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