The Four Tops - It’s the same old song
Tekst: Eddie Holland / Muziek: Lamont Dozier en Brian Holland
(1965)






You’re sweet as a honey bee
But like a honey bee stings
You’ve gone and left my heart in pain
All you left is our favorite song
The one we danced to all night long
It used to bring sweet memories
Of a tender love that used to be



Now it’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone
It’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone



A sentimental fool am I
To hear an old love song and wanna cry
But the melody keeps haunting me
Reminding me how in love we used to be
Keep hearing the part that used to touch our hearts
Saying: ‘together forever’, ‘breaking up never’



It’s the same old song
With a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone
It’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone



Precious memories keep lingering on
Everytime I hear our favorite song
Now you’re gone, left this emptiness
I only reminisce the happiness we spent
We used to dance to the music
We used to dance to the music
Make romance through the music
Make romance through the music



Now it’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone
Now it’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone



It’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone
It’s the same old song
But with a different meaning
Since you’ve been gone









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