This line is from the song "Beauty and the Beast" by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken from the movie Beauty and the Beast (1991).
Love is timeless. Maybe that's why Howard Ashman and Alan Menken chose to close their classic Disney hit with the line "tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme," because people falling in love is nothing new. Of course, it's kind of notable when one of the people is a hideous beast, but, hey.
Mrs. Potts sings the title song of this 1991 movie to explain love to her son, Chip. The melody is almost like a sweet lullaby. You can just imagine your mom singing it to you before bed while waxing poetic about the timeless mysteries of love. You know, if your mom was a teapot.
FORTITUDE - SW Merino, 435 yards
BABEL - SW Merino/Yak/Nylon, 435 yards