"The Old Song And Dance" as written by Kent M. Robbins and Layng Jr. Martine....
You said 'You look real pretty'
She smiled and blushed
He kept on talkin' sweet
She kept sayin' hush
In the old Chevy
At the old start
High school kisses
Summertime heart

It's the old song, and the old dance
Two hearts, takin', the chance
It's the old story, fueled age
Keep on goin' it gets better with age
it's better with age

Mum's at the window
Her apron on
Dad's beside her
Get the dishes done
They settle down with the TV
And their olden hands
Just a little squeeze and she understands

It's the old song, and the old dance
Two hearts, takin', the chance
It's the old story, fueled age
Keep on goin' it gets better with age
it's better with age

Now they hear the engine
See the headlights in the drive
Jimmy bounces in and kisses them goodnight
Up in her bedroom, with his new class ring on
She climbs under the covers and reaches for the phone

It's the old song, and the old dance
Two hearts, takin' the chance
It's the old story, fueled age
Keep on goin' it gets better with age
it's better with age
x2


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