"Let's Walk That-A-Way" as written by Kay Twomey, Benjamin Weisman and Fred Wise....
[Chorus]
Let's walk a-that-a-way not a-this-a-way
That-a-way we can be alone
Take they're throwing our chance to kiss away
This-a-way only leads to home

Notice that we're coming to the crossroads
Should we turn to left or right?
Mother is a-rockin' and a-waitin'
But it's such a lovely night

[Chorus]

Well, don't you think the valley road is shorter?
We could save about a mile
And now and then the short road can be longer
If you linger for a while

[Chorus]

Can't you see the night is just beginning
And the moonlight weaves a spell
We can take the road among the daisies
You know daisies never tell

[Chorus]

I got an awful lot of tender words to whisper
Little ol' words like 'I love you'
Everything you say is so convincing
Yes, that's what we ought to do

[Chorus]
Leads to home
That-a-way only leads to home


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"Lets Walk That-A-Way" as written by Fred Wise Benjamin Weisman

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