This article is about the 1934 song Keep in Style. See Keep in Style] for the animated cartoon.

"Keep In Style"


In this age of great creation,

Everyday's a revelation,

Their inventing things worth while.

Telephone and television,

Has their day of indecision,

Doubting folks would smile.

Take the aeroplane when it first began,

It was called insane by most every man,

The inventors good intention bring a lot of new invention,

And we have to keep in style.



It will cost you but a trifle,

You can give your friends an eyeful,

If you want to keep in style.

Take the things you have and change them,

You just have to rearrange them,

If it takes fine feather to make fine birds,

You can be the same in so many words.

For the arts in you possession,

To create a good impression.

And you'll always be in style,

And you'll always be in style,


You don't have to be a big millionaire,

you can show them that you know what to wear.

Put a little dip and dashing,

For a smile for it's the fashion,

And you'll always be in smile.