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I fell in love with a young gun
Sailing past the Sydney Sea
We said Good bye in Nova Scotia
I kept his heart and set him free

Young Gun, you know how to love
Don’t let your heart get set in stone
Young Gun, you know how to love
Someday your heart will bring you home

I fell in love with a young gun
Says he... Thinks about me all the time
Writes me things that make me smile
So I, kept his heart and gave him mine

Young Gun, you know how to love
Don’t let your heart get set in stone
Young Gun, you know how to love
Someday your heart will bring you home

And if we ever meet again
It would be so sad to see
If the light that’s in your eyes
Ever once went out on me

Young Gun, you know how to love
Don’t let your heart get set in stone
Young Gun, you know how to love
Someday your heart will bring you home

And someday your heart will bring you home
Yeah, And someday your heart will bring you home
And someday your heart will bring you home



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