Love Never Gets Old
Love never gets old
In the park
hand in hand.
On a ferris wheel
Their fool heads off.
Kissing on doorsteps
Stealing precious moments
On the phone, at school,
On a bus, at a crowded
Is not only
For the young.
On a park bench
Her head on his shoulder
Her hand in his.
In each others eyes
Or sharing the special
At Long John Silver's.
Like Raymond Cappomaggi
And his moon.
As much in love
With his Rita
As the day he married her.
Love never gets old.
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