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That summer I did nothing
Just sleeping, thinking and hanging around
Left the dark streets of September
As the air was cooling down
Woah yeah it was cooling down

I need the sunshine in the mornin'
I'm heading for the open road
Sunshine in the mornin'
Lord you gotta let it go

Ever since I lost her
Seems the more I learn, the less I know
Everyday I think about her
But if I look back I'm gonna turn to stone
To stone, woah yeah gonna turn to stone

I need the sunshine in the morninn'
I'm heading for the open road
Sunshine in the mornin'
Lord you gotta let it go

I need the sunshine in the mornin'
Yeah I gotta feel it's glow
Sunshine in the mornin'
Lord you gotta let it go

I'm a headin' for the open road x8

It hit me without warning
I was left out on my own
The sad times they were forming
I went through them alone

But A new day it is dawning
And I feel the pain is gone
The open road is calling
And I am moving on

I need the sunshine in the mornin'
I'm heading for the open road
Sunshine in the mornin'
Lord you gotta let it go

I need the sunshine in the mornin'
Yeah I gotta feel it's glow
Sunshine in the mornin'
Lord you gotta let it flow



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