"Great Dane" as written by Kori Gardner Hammel and Jason Edward Hammel....
In the center of a living room on the street
Where you covered up your tapes and traded me
There's a record, I could set that you left with me
An act of kindness, simply, all but discovery

Discount meals are warm, dear
Then we'll choose our new, get it?
Have you heard me?

T-t-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
Sing in the sunshine
Sing in the sunshine

In the city, where the people never sleep
Busy looking at the pictures of you and me
Never promise, there are words that can rescue me
You can say it, I need a bottle of g

Discount meals are warm, dear
Old age starts a new whole thing
I can hear you

T-t-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
T-t-t-tonight
T-t-tonight
Sing in the sunshine
Sing in the sunshine


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"Great Dane" as written by Kori Gardner Hammel Jason Edward Hammel

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