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Too Young (Sidney Lippman and Sylvia Dee song) 1972 single by Donny Osmond

"Too Young" is a popular song. The music was written by Sidney Lippman, the lyrics by Sylvia Dee. The song was published in 1951.

"Too Young" is a song by American actor and singer Jack Wagner. It was released as a single in 1985 from his second album, Lighting Up the Night.

Too Young (Phoenix song) 1999 single by Phoenix

"Too Young" is a song by French rock band Phoenix and is featured on their debut studio album, United. It was the band's first single to chart.

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"Too Young" is the fifth episode of the third season of the American animated television series Adventure Time. The episode was written and storyboarded by Jesse Moynihan and Tom Herpich, from a story by Mark Banker, Kent Osborne, Patrick McHale, and series creator Pendleton Ward. It originally aired on Cartoon Network on August 8, 2011.

<i>2 Young</i> 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Derek Yee

2 Young is a 2005 Hong Kong romantic comedy-drama film directed by Derek Yee. The film was released in Mainland China on 15 April 2005 and in Hong Kong on 28 April 2005.

Frederic Schindler is a French-Argentinean music supervisor who has worked on over 500 commercials and several films, most notably Aaron Brookner and Jim Jarmusch documentary Uncle Howard, Emir Kusturica feature On The Milky Road. and the Prada L'Homme et la Femme worldwide campaign featuring a bespoke cover by Perfume Genius of the iconic Pop Ballad Can't Help Falling in Love,. He won a Music Week Sync Award in 2017 for Best Online Advert.

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