Take A Step (yesterday Waltz) Lyrics – The Oak Ridge Boys

Take a step, take a step. Another old fashioned step. And now she remembers the tune. Take a step, take a step. Take an old fashioned step. And yesterday fills up the room. One day late last winter,
Before the big snow. Another old fashioned step. In the late afternoon, when the days work is through,
He cradles that fiddle like a girl he once knew. There lives a poor spinster,
With an old gramaphone. It’s almost like she’s in the room. Take an old fashioned step. Playing the Yesterday Waltz. They’re dancing the Yesterday Waltz. He’s beginning to remember the tune. Way up in the mountains,
Above the green hills,
Lives a poor hermit, with an old homemade fiddle. And soon he’ll be there in her room. He’s playing the Yesterday Waltz. He packed up his fiddle and all of his clothes. Another step, another step. Take an old fashioned step. Way down in the meadow, the valley so low. Another step, another step. His boney old donkey, some corn from his still,
And he walked all the way down
Into those green hills. He’s beginning to remember the tune. Another step, another step. Take a step, take a step. Another old fashioned step. One night before bedtime, along with the rain,
She heard someone playing
A familiar refrain.