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Camel – Summer Lightning lyrics

(Latimer/Sinclair)
Here's that feeling once again
Across the room you turn and then
Smile - I've known that smile before
Yes we've been friends for sure
Dreams and memories so clear
Share the love that we once had
Let the music carry on
Keep on dancing


Summer nights - here on that shoreline
Meet again - and drink that wine
Days gone by - still thinking of you
Missing all the things you do


Here in the falling rain
Once again we play love's game
Keep on dancing


You cast that magic
Déjà-vu - it's in your stars
They reveal - you know the answer
They are true - so for a while


Let's renew all those lovers' ties
Summer lightning in your eyes
It keeps on dancing


I've always known love
Would return to lighten the darkest day
We will meet again
Further on in later lifetime
Past the skyline, I'll always be your friend
Send my love to you
There'll be no sad goodbyes


Andrew Latimer Guitar, Backing Vocals
Peter Bardens Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Richard Sinclair Lead Vocals, Bass
Andy Ward Drums



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