"Silver Screen Romance" as written by Benji Madden, Joel Madden and Don Gilmore....
Oh, in your eyes I see everything in black and white
And the pictures of our perfect life
Here by your side you make me feel so young again
And I wanna live forever

You're all dressed up and you're ready to go for a ride
Turning heads in your brand new dress
With your name tattooed on the side of my neck
I want everyone to know

You're my Bette Davis I'm your Cary Grant
Let's make love all night don't get up at the prohibition
The big depression's over lets have a drink to them
We'll stay young forever living in our silver screen romance

Oh the nights were cold without you hanging on my arm it's so good to be home
And now the war is over we never have to say goodbye
We can stay like this forever

Yeah, you're all dressed up and you're ready to go for a ride
Turning heads in your brand new dress
With your name tattooed on the side of my neck
I want everyone to know

You're my Bette Davis I'm your Carrie Grant
Lets make love all night don't get up at the prohibition
The big depressions over lets have a drink to them
We'll stay young forever living in our silver screen romance
We'll stay young forever, we'll stay young forever
We'll stay young forever
Say that you will stay with me forever we will live this dream
Dream

You'll be Bette Davis and I'll be Carrie Grant
Let's make love all night, forget about the prohibition
The big depressions over lets have a drink to them
We'll stay young forever living in our silver screen romance

We'll stay young forever living in our silver screen romance
We'll stay young forever living in our silver screen romance


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"Silver Screen Romance" as written by Benji Madden Joel Madden

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