We could write our names here in the mud No one's around to see them We could hang our shoes right here in a tree No one's around to steal them
I could give you a star You could give me one too That way we'd be even And I could sing this song way out of tune
And not care a bit about it We could both wear cowboy hats And pretend to speak Italian Well I could eat some gum
And make my breath so minty fresh To kiss you Your breath will smell like wine I like that a lot
Especially when I kiss you And I could hit my funny bone really hard And you could call me sweetheart
And who ever said there's nothing new under the sun Never thought much about individuals But he's dead anyways
So lets go down together Down together Down together Together Lets go down together Down together Down together Together
We could all wear ripped up clothes And pretend that we're Dead Hot Workshop I could drive long long way And not even have the gas to make it We could chase our shadows around Till we're both exhausted I could forget the words just one more time And hope that none of you notices
And who ever said there's nothing new under the sun Never thought much about me
What's good for you is good for me And what's bad for you is bad for me What's good for you is good for me And what's bad for you is bad for me
Cars break and people break down and other things break down too So lets go down together Down together Down together Together Lets go down together Down together Down together Together
Writer/s: ARTHUR "BUDDY" EDWARDS, BRIAN BLUSH, BRIAN DAVID BLUSH, PAUL H. NAFFAH, ROGER CLYNE, ROGER MEADE CLYNE
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Sara from Eckerty, InWorking at Georgetown Dental Lab I was exposed to the Refreshments, I enjoy all of their lyrics and the music. My kind of music, I bought the cd.
Shawna from Phoenix, AzThis song is beautifully symbolic of the giddiness of falling in love. Those first months together when nothing you do is too silly, because life is wonderful. If you're very lucky in love, this feeling can last a lifetime.
"The Night Chicago Died" was written and recorded by the British group Paper Lace. They talk about Al Capone in the song, but got a lot of details wrong - understandable since they wrote it based on gangster movies.