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(Bucky Jone/Ed Hill)

Kindergarten, five years old
You and me and mother goose
Learning lines to nursery rhymes
That's when I feel in love with you

Back when it was
One, two buckle my shoe
Three Four shut the door
Five Six pick up sticks
Even then my heart was yours

College days miles apart
So afraid you'd forgot
Writing letters every day
And ending every one like this

One two I miss you
Three Four I walk the floor
Five Six come back quick
I don't wanna miss you no more

A little girl and little boy
Playing on a swing in the yard
As we watch I hold your hand
And you're still holding onto my heart

And now it's
One two I love you
Three four lets have one more
Five six I wouldn't miss
A day of this for all the treasure on the ocean floor

One two I love you
Three four let's shut the door
Five six, kiss after kiss
I can't wait to hold you once more



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