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Scenes From A Coffee House (you'll Always Be Mine) lyrics

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Blessid Union Of Souls – Scenes From A Coffee House (you'll Always Be Mine) lyrics

I remember Sunday afternoons at Kaldi's
I was never really down with coffee shops
A group of beatniks reading Kerouac
And the smell of grass from the parking lot
And as I recall

We got to know each other
We got to show each other
That we were fine just being friends

There's that guy who thinks he's Dylan
He plays guitar with the band
And he dedicates a song he thinks belongs to you and me
He must've seen us holding hands
But they don't know

We tried to cross that line before
But what we have is so much more
Cause now you will always be mine

And as I recall
We got to know each other
We got the show each other
That we were fine just being friends

We tried to cross that line before
But what we have is so much more
Cause now you will always be mine inside
And as I recall
We got to know each other
We got to show each other
That we were fine just being friends
And we still hold each other
And we still love each other
But we're just fine just being friends



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