or
Dean Martin

(1951)
(with Helen O'Connell)

(D) We never talk much (H) we never have much to say
(D) We never talk much (H) we do without repartee
(D) We never talk much (H) you ask me what we do all day
(D) We play some records (H) discuss a novel (Both) and we just sit around

(H) We never walk much (D) such crowds in the street below
(H) We never walk much (D) and where would we want to go
(H) We never walk much (D) 'cause walking fatigues you so
(H) We look at pictures (D) I work a puzzle (Both) and we just sit around

(D) We planned a lovely day tomorrow
(H) We thought of everything
(H) We found a canary that we can borrow
(D) And tomorrow we'll sit around and let it sing

(H) We suit each other (D) we both think the same as one
(H) With one another (D) just staring at wall's is fun
(H) I must tell mother (D) her warnings were overdue
(H) Don't know what to do (D) what is it to do
(Both) We just sit around

(H) We suit each other (D) we both think the same as one
(H) With one another (D) just staring at wall's is fun
(H) I must tell mother (D) her warnings were overdue
(H) Don't know what to do (D) what is it to do
(Both) We just sit around
(Both) Sit around
(Both) Sit around

Written by CAHN, SAMMY/BRODSZKY, NICHOLAS
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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