Obsolete Lyrics By Nine Days

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Put the needle on the record, get the player for the tape
Got a scratch on my CD, now the car won’t play it
Traded in the laptop when it froze
Got a dollar for Train and Counting Crows
Cadillac filled it for a hundred bucks
Getting married in a powder blue velvet tux
Who knows what tomorrow brings
Don’t care as long as there’s you and me

Everything old once was new
One thing that won’t change is my love for you
You’re the only way that I’m complete
You will never be, ever be obsolete

Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh oh
You will never be obsolete

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Put the pen to the paper, put the paper in the fire
Read one more book before the flames get higher
Send a love note through the fax machine
But the girl upfront don’t know what I mean
Sitting in a traffic jam
Glove box full of maps but here I am

Everything old once was new
One thing that won’t change is my love for you
You’re the only way that I’m complete
You will never be, ever be obsolete
Oh everything then turns to now
You’re the one thing I can’t live without
You out-pace all new technology
You will never be, ever be obsolete

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Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh oh
You will never be obsolete

Superman lost Lois Lane
Cause he couldn’t find the place to change
We will never never end up that way
We’re black and white, we’re candle light
Turn it all off and we’ll be alright

Everything old once was new
One thing that won’t change is my love for you

Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh oh
Whoa oh oh
You will never be obsolete

Put the pen to the paper, put the paper in the fire
Read one more book before the flames get higher
Send a love note through the fax machine
But the girl upfront don’t know what I mean

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Whoa oh oh, obsolete
Whoa oh oh, obsolete
Whoa oh oh, obsolete
You will never be, ever be obsolete

Billy K. Hicks

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