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Easter Sunday lyrics

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I met you on a saturday
And I met you on an easter sunday
I met you every single day
I met you when the tide came in
And I met you
In your soaking skin
And I met you, every single day
People come and shout about it
Fall about and laugh about it
I don't mind I can take it either way



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 27, 2014 at 7:55 am
    This song is about Eva, a girl I met on the beach. People laughed at our relationship as she was East European, I didn't care, I dated her for ages! The song also tells the tale of how we would bump into each other all the time also. I met her every single day..

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