"Something Old Something New" as written by Tony Macaulay, Roger Frederick Cook and Roger John Reginald Greenaway....
[Chorus]
Something old, something new, something borrowed
Something blue,
I, I've still got memories to tell me

Sunlight shone in your hair-air
Eyes bright, showing you care-are
And somehow, when the years have gone by
And I'm old and gray
Say, I'll dream of how you looked that day-ay-ay

[Chorus]

Just a word, just a sigh
You've just gotta love me 'til I die, I, I, I, I, I, I,
I, I've still got memories to tell me

Windows, reach for the phone
When you find your over it a-a-all
And even when the days grow long
And pictures fade away
Say, I'll dream of how you looked that day

[Chorus]

(Just a word) just a word (just a sigh) just a sigh
Till I'll love you, love you, love you 'til I die, I, I, I, I, I, I
I, I've still got memory to tell me

Something o-old, something new, something borrowed
Something blue, day
Something old, something new, something borrowed
Something blue,
Something old


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"Something Old Something New" as written by Roger John Reginald Greenaway Roger Frederick Cook

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