Sing me an old-fashioned tune
Write me something good
Something that I'll sing to
Something that sounds like you

Sing me an old-fashioned song
Something not too long
One that gets in my head
Something I won't forget

Because all my songs are tiring to me
And all my words are losing their meaning
So I'll be still and let you sing to me

Don't worry about the verse
The melody makes the words
Poetry waits it's turn
Harmony, you can learn

Just between you and me,
As long as it's you that sings
It could be anything
It would sound good, I think

Because all my songs are tiring to me
And all my words are losing their meaning
And every trick has fallen out it seems
And everything is uninspiring
So I'll be still and let you sing to me

Fall asleep and whisper it to me
Lay beside and be the melody
We're a song that doesn't even sing


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