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Those Were The Days"by 8th Degree

Those weekly meetings at C Street Place.

Boy, the way Governor Sandford played.


Scandals that wouldn't make the front page news

Promise makers like them, keep promises they had made.

Those were the days.

Didn't need welfare in the Florida state. Even they pulled their weight.

Gee, our old dodge sure ran great.

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Those were the days.

And you know who you were then, girls were girls and men were men, even old Charle could grin.

Mister, we could use a woman like Palin to see Russia again.

Voters had to be content. Four hundred dollars paid the rent.

Crooks like Bush were always bent.

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Those were the days.

Take a little Sunday spin, didn't have to watch for the flooding than.

You could have yourself a dandy day the cost of gas wouldn't make your waste line thin.

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