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Too Young by Jack Wagner
Peter John "Jack" Wagner, II (born October 3, 1959 in Washington, Missouri) is an American singer and actor best-known for his roles on the soap operas General Hospital, The Bold and the Beautiful, and Melrose Place. Wagner first appeared on the scene in 1982 in the role of Clint Masterson in Douglas Marland's short-lived cable soap opera A New Day In Eden (co-produced by Susan Flannery, who would later be Wagner's co-star on The Bold and the Beautiful). Wagner's most famous role has been Frisco Jones on the soap opera General Hospital (1983-1988, 1989--1991, 1994, 1995). He was half of a supercouple with Kristina Wagner's Felicia and played the father of Georgie and Maxie Jones. He also played Warren Lockridge on Santa Barbara from 1991 to 1993. Wagner appeared in several made for television films including Moving Target with Jason Bateman, Lady Killer with Judith Light, Frequent Flyer with Joan Severance, Nicole Eggert, and Shelly Hack and Dirty Little Secret opposite Tracey Gold. He appeared for many years on the nighttime soap Melrose Place as Dr. Peter Burns (1994--1999), and directed episodes as well. Since early 2003 he has played Dominick Marone on the CBS daytime soap The Bold and the Beautiful. He has also appeared in the NBC TV series Titans with Yasmine Bleeth in 2000, and in Sunset Beach in 1997. In 1985, Wagner was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for "Best Younger Actor" for his work on General Hospital, but he lost to Brian Bloom from As the World Turns ...
Hello love it's been way too long Since I realized that you're the most important thing in my life I've gotta the need to tell you I know that I was wrong Show you how I feel and what's goin' on I don't know what to say Except I love that girl so much But I didn't show it Started spreading myself too thin Fool around thought she didn't know it Such childish games I played I fooled her with my touch Time has taught me so much I'm grown enough to say I was too young but that's no excuse I had too much too soon I wanted more room To please my restless youth Now all this peace I can't feel your bliss You treated me so kind, you were all mine But I just walk away That sweet smile and face Hangs heavy on my mind Is there a way that you can turn back the hands The more love that precious time I let slip by I can't take much more of this So I gotta try To get you back and say I was too young but that's no excuse I had too much too soon I wanted more room To please my restless youth Now all this peace I can't feel your bliss You treated me so kind, you were all mine And I just walk away True love comes once in a lifetime And if it's true then you'll be back in mine
I remember my first love hehehe ....pls enjoy... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Peter John "Jack" Wagner, II (born October 3, 1959 in Washington, Missouri) is an American singer and actor. Wagner has recorded five albums, and he had a Top 5 hit with the ballad "All I Need". The single reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 (and #1 on the adult contemporary chart) in early 1985. His albums include: * All I Need (Fall, 1984) #44 Peak Billboard 200 * Lighting Up the Night (Fall, 1985) #150 Peak Billboard 200 * Don't Give Up Your Day Job (April, 1987) #151 Peak Billboard 200 * Alone in the Crowd (1993) * Dancing in the Moonlight (2005) He has had the following Hot 100 singles: * "All I Need" #2 US (2 weeks) - Jan 12, 1985 (#1 AC - 2 weeks) * "Lady of My Heart" #76 US - Jun 15, 1985 * "Too Young" #52 US - Dec 7, 1985 (#15 US Hot Adult Contemporary) * "Love Can Take Us All The Way" - #15 US Hot Adult Contemporary - April 26, 1986 * "Weatherman Says" #67 US - May 30, 1987 Although Wagner had been playing the guitar since he was 14, his audition for the role of "Frisco Jones" on General Hospital with producer Gloria Monty did not include any singing. ABC musical honcho Kelli Ross hooked Wagner up with legendary producer Quincy Jones who oversaw his initial EP (then LP) "All I Need", and Quincy Jones proteges Glen Ballard and Clif Magness produced Wagner's first two albums. Wagner's singing talents led him to appearances on American Bandstand and The Merv Griffin Show , and ...
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