"Steps" as written by and Irving Berlin....
Soon you'll hear a tune
That's gonna lift you out of your seat
It could be sweeter but then the meter
Was written especially for your feet
Fly away up high
Upon a syncopated balloon
A little ginger will never injure
Hear them tuning up, they'll be playing soon

[Chorus]
Everybody step to the syncopated rhythm
Let's be goin' with 'em when they begin
You'll be sayin' Yes Sir the band is grand
He's the best professor in all the land
Listen to the pep that emerges from the middle
Of the jazzy fiddle under his chin
Oh, what music
The clarineter could not be better
Hear that strain
I don't know just what it is but it's great
They simply ruin it
Look at 'em doin' it
Come, come don't hesitate
Everybody step if you want to see a glutton
When it comes to struttin' over the ground
Wait'll you see my little sweetie and me
Step, step, stepping around
In A Cozy Kitchenette Apartment

I'm getting tired of eating in restaurants
They don't appeal to me
If we could own a cute apartment
I'd know just what a joyful heart meant
I hate to think of waiters and bill-of-fares
When evening time draws near
Three little rooms will be just like heaven
When we are married dear
In a

[Chorus]

Cozy kitchenette apartment for two
I'll be setting the table
While you're cooking a stew
For me and you
I'll be there to help you put the dishes away
Then together we'll listen to the phonograph play
The tuneful Humoresque
And oh, what bliss
When it's time to kiss
In a cozy kitchenette apartment for two


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"Everybody Step" as written by Irving Berlin

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