"Days of Old" as written by Riley B. King and Jules Bihari....
[Chorus:]
Way back yonder in the days of old,
The men was working but not saving any dough.
Then came a woman looking real cool.
She said to herself, "Now that's my fool."

I'm gonna ball tonight.
I'm gonna ball tonight.
Well, I can't break the rule because
Every man is some woman's fool.

Met a girl on the avenue,
She was shy and I was blue,
Like a teacher and a student in school,
Looked at me and said, "You're my fool."

[Chorus]

I'm gonna ball tonight.
I'm gonna ball tonight.
Well, I can't break the rule because
Every man is some woman's fool.

[Chorus]

We're gonna ball tonight.
We're gonna ball tonight.
We're gonna ball tonight.
We're gonna ball tonight.
Well I can't break the rule because
Every man is some woman's fool.


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"Days of Old" as written by Riley B. King Jules Bihari

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