"Silent Movies" as written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield....
Funny flashing faces flicker on the screen,
Images of yesterday from nineteen seventeen.
Keystone days of laughter,
A world caught in its prime,
The apple of the camera's eye
Those little clicks of time.

Here comes Charlie, Buster and Fatty too,
Laurel and Hardy, hello, how are you?

I can't hear your voices
But it's clear to me,
You prove that there was once a time
When life was trouble-free.
World you're ever changing,
Stop and count 'til ten,
Remember all the happy days and smile again.
World you're ever changing,
Stop and count 'til ten,
Remember all the happy days and smile again


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"Silent Movies" as written by Howard Greenfield Neil Sedaka

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