BZN THAT OLD SONG LYRICS

That old song
(J. Veerman/J. Keizer/J. Tuijp)

On the edge of the dark moor of heather
In a tumbledown cabin we shared,
We were hard up together
Though we never really cared

In the fields where we worked together
My dad said: "That's where you belong
Until the twelfth of Never"
And it's funny, but it made you feel strong

So we all did believe in the big time
What a wonderful feeling to share!

Oh, come, let's sing the old song that we used to sing
It's gonna make you feel better, my friend
And again we'll recall that same old dream,
A dream that could never end

Oh, let's sing the old song that we used to sing
It's gonna make you feel better, my friend
Let your mem'ries carry me back again
To the dream that could never end
Oh, a dream that could never end

When a blind-alley life leaves you crying
There's the power to live and survive
It makes you feel like saying:
"I don't regret a single day of my life"

So we all did believe in the big time
What a wonderful feeling to share!

Oh, come, let's sing the old song that we used to sing
It's gonna make you feel better, my friend
And again we'll recall that same old dream,
A dream that could never end

Oh, let's sing the old song that we used to sing
It's gonna make you feel better, my friend
Let your mem'ries carry me back again
To the dream that could never end
Oh, a dream that could never end

Oh, let's sing the old song that we used to sing
It's gonna make you feel better, my friend (feel better my friend)
Let your mem'ries carry me back again
To the dream that could never end
Oh, a dream that could never end
Oh, a dream that could never end