Let's Get Together

Album: The Parent Trap soundtrack (1961)
Charted: 17 8
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  • Let's get together, yeah yeah yeah
    Why don't you and I combi-ine
    Let's get together, what do you say
    We can have a swingin' ti-ime
    We'd be a cra-a-azy team
    Why don't we ma-a-ake a scene?
    Together, oh oh oh oh

    Let's get together, yeah yeah yeah
    Think of all that we could sha-are
    Let's get together everyday
    Every way and everywhere
    And though we haven't got a lot
    We could be sharin' all we've got

    Oh, I really think you're swell
    Uh-huh, we really ring the bell
    Oo-wee, and if you stick with me
    Nothing could be greater, say hey alligat-ah!

    Let's get together, yeah yeah yeah
    Two is twice as nice as one
    Let's get together right away
    We'll be having twice the fun
    And you can always count on me
    A gruesome twosome we will be
    Let's get together, yeah yeah yeah! Writer/s: Richard Sherman, Robert Sherman
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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