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Welcome To The New World lyrics

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Mel Cooleys – Welcome To The New World lyrics

Nice jacket
New tie
Pressed blue jeans
Breaking at the top of the boots
Nice haircut
Good smell
Walk lightly
Look before you step in the street
No curfew
No guilt
Hot number
Waiting on the top of the stoop
No wife now
No ring
Walk softly
Think before you're ready to speak
Late sixties
Real romance
True love song
Warm shoulder
Cold fingers
Old dance steps
Gone, gone, gone with the old girl
New fashion
New number
New mustache
New funding
New captain
New voyage
Welcome to the new world
Fine perfume
Fresh flowers
New sideburns
Sharper than the cut of your suit
No tightrope
No leash
Walk slowly
Look before you're ready to leap
Old habits
New decade
Same faces
New paint job
Cold starter
Old feelings
Gone, gone, gone with the old girl
New passion
New power
New promise
New program
New sandbox
New sunrise
Welcome to the new world
One marriage
Two children
Four stages
Twelve steps and
Cold reason
Old headaches
Gone, gone, gone with the old girl
New buyer
New seller
New angle
New shelter
New datebook
New future
Welcome to the new world



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