Verse 1

Little tick mark, one a.m., seen,

But there's no reply,

And I wonder why,

And suddenly I feel thirteen.

Verse 2

Little scared, like I'm young again.

Should I just shut up?

Too much, not enough?

Over thinking, going insane.

Chorus

Would you just look at what you've done to me?

A grown up woman of twenty three?

With the weight of the world resting

Squarely on my shoulders,

Thought there'd be no one I'd invest in,

With how I'd grown colder.

But then there was you.

Verse 3

Next day, you repeat your question.

And I feel silly,

Cause I know clearly,

You just didn't see my message then.

Verse 4

The adult in me laughs and says,

This reminds me of

That rush of first love

During my long gone younger days.

Chorus

Would you just look at what you've done to me?

A grown up woman of twenty three?

With the weight of the world resting

Squarely on my shoulders,

Thought there'd be no one I'd invest in,

With how I'd grown colder.

But then there was you.

Bridge

Would you just look at what you've done to me?

I feel thirteen at twenty three.

With the weight of the world resting

Squarely on my shoulders,

Thought there'd be no one I'd invest in,

With how I'd grown older.

But then there was you.

Chorus

Would you just look at what you've done to me?

A grown up woman of twenty three?

With the weight of the world resting

Squarely on my shoulders,

Thought there'd be no one I'd invest in,

With how I'd grown colder.

But then there was you.