The way you wear your hat
The way you sip your tea
Memory of all that
No, they can't take that away from me

The way your smile just beams
The way you sing off-key
The way you haunt my dreams
No, they can't take that away from me

We may never, never, never meet again on
Bumpy bumpy road to love
But I always keep the memory of

Way you hold your knife
Way we danced until three
Way you've changed my life
No, they can't take that away from me
No, they can't take that away from me

We may never, never meet again
On bumpy bumpy bumpy road call love
But I always keep the memory of

Way you hold your knife
way we danced until three
way you've changed my life
No, they can't take that away from me
No, no they can't take that away from
Can't take that away from
Can't take that away from me, yeah


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They Can't Take That Away From Me Lyrics as written by George Gershwin Ira Gershwin

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