Good Old Song

Good Old Song

Anne Murray

All the world is a room and the room is painted blue
You look at me, I look at you
And we need our song to pull us through
But the melody is changing
And the words have slipped away
And we cannot sing our good old song
Like we could in the good old days

Leavin' you, it sure ain't easy
I think of the summer nights we knew
I remember the way you used to plea-ease me
But the time is now upon us to go our separate way
Because we cannot sing the good old song
Like we could in the good old days

And don't you want to have your chance
Don't you want to try a new romance
And I know-ow-ow you will (I know you will)
When the time is right
You will dance on the highest hill
In the night

But tonight I want to hold you close
I want to feel you near me one more time
But too bad, so sad, that's how it goes
When your friends all come and ask you
Why your lover went away
Just tell 'em we could not sing the good old song
Like we could in the good old days

Just tell 'em we could not sing the good old song
Like we could in the good old days

Written by WILLIAMS, MENTOR R. / DAVIES, RONNY WAYNE
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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