Album: Step By Step (1990)
Charted: 3 7
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  • Remember when we said, girl,
    Please don't go and how I'd be loving you forever.
    Taught you 'bout hanging tough, as long as you got the right stuff.
    Didn't we, girls? Oh
    Didn't we girls? Ah

    Well, I guess it's a brand new day after all
    Every time we hear the curtain call.
    See the girls with the curls in their hair,
    The buttons and the pins and the loud fanfares.
    Tonight, tonight.

    Remember when we traveled 'round the world.
    We met a lot of people and girls.
    Fan mail from everywhere showed us how you care.
    Didn't it, girls? Oh.
    Didn't it, girls? Ah

    Well, I guess it's a brand new day after all
    Every time we hear the curtain call.
    See the girls with the curls in their hair,
    the buttons and the pins and the loud fanfares.
    Tonight, tonight.
    Tonight, tonight.
    Sounds good.
    Hey, fellas.
    Let's do it.
    Here we go!
    La la la la la la tonight.
    La la la la la la tonight.

    Tonight, tonight.
    Tonight, tonight.
    It's time to take it home now
    La la la la la la tonight.
    La la la la la la tonight.
    La la la la la la tonight.
    La la la la la la tonight.
    La la la la la la tonight.
    La la la la la la tonight. Writer/s: CURTIS A. NOLEN, LEON JOHNSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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