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Family Rankin – You Feel The Same Way Too lyrics

Hey hey sweet darling
Let's go dancing tonight
My clock has been ticking
It tell me the timing's just right
Well I woke up this morning
With a feeling I call lonesome and blue
And there's no need in asking - 'cause I know
You feel the same way too

Hey hey sweet darling
Let's lay the whole thing down
This world if you let it
Will drive you into the ground
I got twenty dollars and I know
That it should get us by the door
When the band starts playing
How can they ask us for more

We may do the bump and grind
Shake around our little behinds
Do some things that you normally do
On a Saturday night - and that's all right
We may drink a little too much
We may lose our fancy touch
And step outta line with reality
That's the way it should be
And there's no need in asking - 'cause I know
You feel the same way too.

Hey hey sweet darling
A lot of words have been unkind
But that was yesterday
Why don't we leave the past behind
You know that I love you
You know that'll always be true
And there's no need in asking - 'cause I know
You feel the same way I do



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