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Area 7 – Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again lyrics

[Originally by The Angels]

Went down to Santa Fe, where Renoir paints the walls,
Described you clearly, as the skies began to fall

Am I ever gonna see your face again?
Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Trams cars and taxis, like a wax-works on the move
Carrying young girls past me, but none of them are you

Am I ever gonna see your face again?
Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Without you near me I got no place to go
I wait at the bar, maybe you might show

Am I ever gonna see your face again?
Am I ever gonna see your face again?

I got to stop these tears that are falling from my eyes
Go walk out in the rain, so no one sees me cry

Am I ever gonna see your face again?
Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Trams cars and taxis, like a wax-works on the move
Carrying young girls past me, but none of them are you

Am I ever gonna see your face again?
Am I ever gonna see your face again?

Can't stop the memory that goes climbing through my brain
I get no answer so the question still remains

Am I ever gonna see your face again? [x9]



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/a/area_7/am_i_ever_gonna_see_your_face_again.html

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