I shouldn’t tell you how good it is to see you again, old friend
Situation sure got sticky
But we made it though and here we are face to face again
And I can’t tell you how fine it feels to be standing by your side, old friend

How’s your father, how’s your family?
How is your life?
It’s so good to see how you can still look me in the eye
How did we end up here at this party?
All of our friends swinging babies side to side

You know you don’t have to speak another sound
We’ll sit here and have a couple rounds
There’s something about you and me that always stacked up so nicely pound for pound
Seems like we just put that fire out
But now it’s heating up again

I can feel the temperature rise
I can feel a little swelling under my necktie
I can smell it on your breath

Oops, I think you might have spilled a little something on your dress
And I know a little place down the hall
Where you can go and wash it off
And I could keep you company
No one here would mind

Quarter-nine by the Mickey
On my wristwatch so we skip-hop down the hall to that door…
And I can’t tell you how good it is to see you again, old friend
Situation sure got sticky
But now we’re four feet on the floor and we could worry but what for?
What for, what for, what for…


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