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New Mexico, new Diet Coke
New taxes on the same pack of smokes
New President, new precedents
New music ain't got no soul
New Hollywood, new generation
New drugs for a new sensation
American cars made overseas
New parking lots that used to be trees

I like the way you used to be
We were in love so wild and free
Baby come back come back come back to me

New attitude, woe is me
Now every little girl needs therapy
New politics, a new set of rules
Brand new problems from a new set of fools
New night clubs, same old scene
Forty year olds trying to look eighteen
Two hundred thirty-five beers on tap
I order a bud
Bartender just laughs

I like the way you used to be
We were in love so wild and free
Baby come back come back come back to me

Look what you've done
To this world so right
Just by telling me goobye

I like the way you used to be
We were in love so wild and free
I like the way you used to be
We were in love so wild and free
Baby come back to me
I like the way you used to be
Oh I like it that way baby
We were in love so wild and free
Baby come back to me
Come back to me



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