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We used to get crazy every saturday night
Drive into town and get feelin right
A child of the 60's in 74
But I'm not that way anymore

Well I burned the tires, off my Chevrolet
Tryin to impress, the girls that I date
And I've been a gambler, when I couldn't score
But I'm not that way anymore

Chorus:
I'm not that way anymore
Times closin yesterdays door
I'm just as happy, as I was before
Cause I'm not that way anymore

American Bandstand, the Sullivan Show
I listen to the Opery, on my ra-D-I-O
Well Dick Clarks still lookin, as young as before
But I'm not that way anymore

Well I swapped my loafers, for cowboy boots
Bought me some jeans, gave away all my suits
My razor is rusted, my barber is bored
Cause I'm not that way anymore

Repeat Chorus..

I'm not that way anymore
Times closin yesterdays door
I'm just as happy as I was before
Cause I'm not that way
And your not that way
We're not that way anymore.

Woh yeah yeah



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