It's been a long time since I walked Through this old town But oh how the memories start to flow And there's the old movie house They finally closed it down You could find me there every Friday night Twenty years ago.
I worked the counter at the drugstore down the street But nobody's left there I would know On Saturday mornings that's where All my friends would meet You'd be surprised to know what a dime would buy Twenty years ago.
[Chorus] All my memories from those days come gather round me What I'd give if they could take me back in time It almost seems like yesterday Where do the good times go? Life was so much easier twenty years ago.
I guess I should stop by Mr. Johnson's hardware store His only son was my friend Joe But he joined the army back in 1964 How could we know he would never come back Twenty years ago
Writer/s: DAN TYLER, MICHAEL SPRIGGS, MICHAEL I. NOBLE, WOOD NEWTON
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., INTUIT MUSIC
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