Young Jeffrey certainly sounds older...a LOT older. He's giving us a glimpse into what his life might be like in the future in his new Song of the Week, 'I Sit On Benches'.

Every Friday during Brooke & Jeffrey in the Morning, Jeff his Song of the Week. They're not exactly 'parodies', most of the time they're more of a tribute.

Jeff thinks kids today take life for granted. So, he's singing about the day in the life of a senior citizen. From mixing sunscreen with Bengay at the beach to soaking dentures, the only way to understand what 9 to 5 life is like for the retired is to LISTEN.

Sure, seniors have a lot more time on their hands, but maybe they're using that time to tell kids, 'Get offa my lawn!'

And while Justin Bieber is singing about 'Peaches' down in Georgia, Jeffrey's using that same melody to sing about the seniors down in Florida (with the greatest respect, of course).

If you missed Young Jeffrey's brand new Song of the Week, 'I Sit On Benches', you can watch it below.

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Wake up with Brooke & Jeffrey weekday mornings from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. on SoJO.

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