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Maybe different but remember,
Winters warm and you and I,
Kissing whiskey by the fire,
With the snow outside.
And when the summer comes,
In the river, swim at midnight shiver cold.
Touch the bottom stars are bright,
With muddy toes.

Stay or leave.
I want you not to go but you should.
It was good as good goes.
Stay or leave I want you not to go but you did.

Wake up naked drinking coffee,
Making plans to change the world.
While the world is changing us.
It was good good love.
And you used to laugh under the covers.
Maybe not to often now.
The way I used to laugh with you,
Was loud and hard.

Stay or leave.
I want you not to go but you should.
It was good as good goes.
Stay or leave.
I want you not to go but you did.

So what to do with the rest of the day's afternoon, hey.
Well isn't it strange how it change everything we did.
Did I do all that I should?
That I could'a done.

Remember we used to dance?
And everyone wanted to be.
You and me I want to be too.
What day is this?
Besides the day you left me.
What day is this?
Besides the day you went.
So what to do, with the rest of the day's afternoon, hey.
Well isn't it strange how it change everything we did?
Did I do all that I could?

Remember we used to dance?
And everyone wanted to be,
You and me. I want to be too.
What day is this?
Besides the day you left me.
What day is this?



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