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I wish that I could find the way to make my yesterdays
Pack up and find themselves another home
I don't like to live with everything that's gone
When my lovin' lost it's flavor and you wanted sweeter wine
How come you let your mem'ries here behind
They're with me from the dawn until the sundown on my mind
You're with me when the robin sings an early morning song
You're with me in the sunshine all day long
Your mem'ry's always with me when the Sandman knocks upon my door
And whispers it's a dreamin' time
You're with me from the dawn until the sundown on my mind
[ harmonica ]
I've heard them say a heartache's nothin' more than just a mem'ry
They say the hurt will leave when I'll forget
But I can't stop remembering you yet
If broken hearts were able to turn back the hands of time
I think I'd be the first to stand in line
You're with me from the dawn until the sundown on my mind
You're with me when the robin sings...
You're with me from the dawn until the sundown on my mind



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