"Twenty-Four Hours a Day" as written by James F. Hanley and Arthur Swanstrom....
Like a little old fashioned music box
With just one tune to play
My heart keeps singin' I love you
Twenty four hours a day

Like a little old fashioned music box
That skips a note or two
My heart keeps missin' a heart beat
Singin' its song about you
And although the song we know is old
It's still the sweetest story ever told


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"Twenty Four Hours a Day" as written by James F. Hanley Arthur Swanstrom

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    General CommentThis may be the sweetest song ever.

    Oh and, everybody noticed it was about love and how we're all the same when we're into.
    Sinsearon June 19, 2007   Link

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