Oldie but goodie (phrase)
Also spelled or known as: Oldie-but-goodie
What does Oldie but goodie mean?
A phrase used to describe something that is old but still high quality, timeless or classic.
Example sentence: “When i first heard the song i knew it would be an oldie but goodie.”
Oldie but goodie in songs:
“I’m bout gettin money for all races, Only oldie but goodie I know is small faces” – Joe Budden, Give Me Reason.
“The gun is rust brown, it’s a oldie, but goodie” – Roc Marciano, Nine Spray.