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"I'd Never Thought I'd Live to Be a Hundred" is a 1969 song by The Moody Blues, from their album To Our Children's Children's Children, and written by Justin Hayward. Wikipedia

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I never thought I`d live to be a hundred
I never thought I`d get to do
The things that all those other songs do
And they do

I never thought I`d ever have my freedom
An age ago my maker was refusing me
The pleasure of the view

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Release History

Disc Track Album Year
1 5 To Our Childrens Childrens Children Studio Album 1969
1 15 Collected Compilation 2007
1 5 To Our Children’s Children’s Children Studio Album 1997

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The Moody Blues - To Our Childrens Childrens Children
Track Song Title Duration
1 Higher and Higher 5:07
2 Eyes Of A Child 1
3 Floating 2:40
4 Eyes Of A Child 2
5 I Never Thought I'd Live to Be a Hundred 1:08
6 Beyond 2:58
7 Out and in 3:50
8 Gypsy 3:33
9 Eternity Road 4:18
10 Candle of Life 3:16
11 Sun is Still Shining 3:36
12 I Never Thought I'd Live to Be a Million 0:34
13 Watching and Waiting 4:15
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The Moody Blues

The Moody Blues are an English rock band. Among their innovations was a fusion with classical music, as heard in their 1967 album Days of Future Passed. View All »
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