Even after 37 years together, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell still don't see the point in getting married.

The pair first began dating on the set of 1983's "Swing Shift" and have been an item ever since. Throughout nearly four decades together, the "Overboard" stars have built a blended family. This includes their children from previous marriages -- son Oliver and daughter Kate for Hawn as well as Russell's son, Boston -- and their shared son, Wyatt.

Despite all of this, Russell, 69, said he and the "Private Benjamin" actress haven't seriously considered getting married.

"For people like us, the marriage certificate wasn't going to create anything that otherwise we wouldn't have," the "Silkwood" actor told People.

Hawn pointed to their past failed marriages and reasoned that "we all tried marriage and sometimes marriage doesn't work."

"It’s not about the marriage. It’s about the people and the relationship, and the will to stay together," the Oscar-winner added. "And that’s a big one because if you want it, you can have it. You’ve got to give things up, but the joy and the excitement of being together and touching the toes of somebody at night is really a nice feeling."