"Go to Town" as written by John David Anderson and Dean Dillon....
She used to be the life of the party, the center of attention
When it came to puttin' on a show, she was the main attraction
But she quit hangin' around, now she don't go to town

He had a way with all of the ladies, a smooth operator
Then one night he came and told us, boys I'll see you later
Then he quit runnin' around, now he don't go to town

Everything has changed, it never stays the same
Remember how it used to be
It's funny when you're young, you gotta have your fun
Just like it was for you and me
Oh, but we've all settled down, now we don't go to town

Twenty some years later with kids of our own
Turn around and blink an eye, Lord, they're almost grown
Dancin' on our old stompin' grounds, now they've all gone to town

Everything has changed, it never stays the same
Remember how it used to be
It's funny when you're young, you gotta have your fun
The way it was for you and me
Oh, what we lost and found, now they've all gone to town

They've all gone to town, there's not a soul around
They've all gone to town


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