Yesterday’s Songs


Sayin I love you now, baby.
Sayin’ I love you now, baby.
Sayin’ I love you now, baby;

Yesterday’s songs don’t stay around long,
not much anymore.
(Yesterday’s songs are gone)
Yesterday’s words don’t make themselves heard
like they did before.
(Yesterday’s words are gone)
Baby, yesterday’s blue may be yesterday’s news,
but the truth always stays the same.
And the good things will never change.
Like sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now, baby.)
Sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now, baby.)

Yesterday’s songs don’t seem to belong;
they’re here and they’re gone.
(Yesterday’s songs are gone)
Yesterday’s moves don’t stay in the grooves;
they keep moving on.
(Yesterday’s words are gone)
Maybe yesterday’s rhyme was for yesterday’s time,
and the future’s not ours to see.
But there’s some things that always will be
like sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now, baby.)
Sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now, baby.)

Baby yesterday’s blues may be yesterday’s news,
but the truth always stays the same.
And the good things will never change.
Like sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now, baby.)
Sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now, baby.)
Sayin’ I love you. (Sayin’ I love you now baby.)
Like sayin’ I love you.

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