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LOST IN THE FIFTIES TONIGHT (In the Still Of the Night)
Ronnie Milsap

- #1 in 1985 in country charts
- Part of the song is exactly like the "In the Still Of the Night"
done by The Five Satins but only because he's remembering how they used
to dance to these old tunes and he added some extra words to describe
these olden days, making a "medley" more or less.


Close your eyes,Baby
Follow my heart
Call on the memories
Here in the dark
We'll let the magic
Take us away
Back to the feelings
We shared when they played

In the still of the night
Hold me darlin, hold me tight
So real, so right
Lost in the fifties tonight

These precious hours
We know can't survive
But loves all that matters
While the past is alive
Now and for always
Till time disappears
We'll hold each other
Whenever we hear

In the still of the night
Hold me darlin, hold me tight
So real, so right
Lost in the fifties tonight



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