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America – And Forever lyrics

Written by Dewey Bunnell, ©1979
Found on Silent Letter.

I remember sidewalk laughter down New Orleans, la
A hot wet night at the fight with you
Had to push through the crowds and talk
Very loud it's true

But you were on my mind that day
You were on my mind each day
You were on my mind that day and forever

Had a drink, stop to think we had a few
Afterwards we went down to the dance side of town for the view
You went blushing inside and you pinched me to see
If I knew

But you were on my mind that day
You were on my mind each day
You were on my mind that day and forever, and forever

We were lovers then and forever
There was nothing that we couldn't do
A hot wet night at the fight with you
Times like that weekend remain in my heart crystal clear
Walking along to the song you have helped me to hear

Yes you were on my mind that day
You were on my mind each day
You were on my mind that day and forever, and forever



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