"New Millennium Song" as written by and James Tamborello....
This isn't the 80s
These aren't the 90s that's for sure
The 1900's are long gone
Don't look back we're moving on

This is the new millennium song
And every time it's on
Raise your glass and sing along
We only live once and not for long
So every time it's on
Hold your lover's hand and sing along
This is the new millennium!

In the 2001 we have had a lot of fun
In the year 2002 no one knew what to do
But in the year 2003 we all started to see
It's all about living free
Let's have a party and you're invited

This is the new millennium song
And every time it's on
raise your glass and sing along
We only live once and not for long
So every time it's on
Hold your lover's hand and sing along
This is the new millennium!

"Have you ever heard a guitar before?"
"No, but I'd like to"
"Let's try it."

"Ew, sure glad they went out of style"

This is the new millennium song
And every time it's on
Raise your glass and sing along


Lyrics submitted by Mase, edited by bilnit

"New Millenium Song" as written by James Tamborello

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    General Comment"Have you ever had a good time before?"

    Should probably be:

    "Have you ever heard a guitar before?"

    You know, since a guitar is what we hear next.
    FredWilsonon February 19, 2013   Link

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