When trumpets were mellow And every gal only had one fellow No need to remember when 'Cause everything old is new again
Dancin' at your Long Island Jazz Age parties Waiter, bring us some more Bacardis We'll order now what they ordered then 'Cause everything old is new again
Get out your white suit, your tap shoes and tails Let's go backward when forward fails And movie stars you thought were long dead Now are framed beside your bed
Don't throw the past away You might need it some rainy day Dreams can come true again When everything old is new again
Get out your white suit, your tap shoes and tails Put it in backward when forward fails But leave Greta Garbo alone Be a movie star on your own
And don't throw the past away You might need it some rainy day Dreams can come true again When everything old is new again
When everything old is new again I might fall in love with you again
Writer/s: Carole Bayer Sager, Peter Woolnough Allen
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, CARLIN AMERICA INC
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