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(Buddy Jewell/Tom Mchugh)

Am I dreaming, or is that the morning sunlight shining in
I can't believe it, I was so sure my world was comin' to an end
I may never live to see the day your memory lets me go
But I made it through the night, and that's one in a row (my heart's...)

My heart's still beatin, even though it's broken right in two
So the odds are even, there's still some hope that I'll get over you
Will I make it through the day, girl it's hard to say I just don't know
But I made it through the night, and that's one in a row

One less endless night without you
Missin' everything about you until dawn
One more sunrise to remind me
To leave yesterday behind me cause it's gone
This is only the beginning and I've got a lifetime to go
But I made it through the night, and that's one in a row

Will I make it through the day, girl it's hard to say I just don't know
But I made it through the night, and that's one in a row
Yeah I made it through the night, and that's one in a row



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