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When I'm all alone or in a crowd
In a quiet place or where music's loud
If I'm on the road, or in the other room
That's how you know, I'm thinkin' of you

When the flowers bloom, when the leaves turn brown
When the sun is hot, when the snow falls down, down
When the clouds are gray, and the sky's are blue
That's how you know, I'm thinkin' of you

[CHORUS]
I'm thinkin of you, that's all I do all the time
You're always the first and the last on this heart of mine
No matter where I go or what I do,
I'm thinkin' of you.

Can't remember names, who I used to be
What I cared about before you came to me, baby
Every selfish thought, all I thought I knew
Has been replaced with thinkin' of you.

[CHORUS x2]
I'm thinkin of you, that's all I do all the time
You're always the first and the last on this heart of mine
No matter where I go or what I do,
I'm thinkin' of you.

Always thinkin' of you, yes I am.



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