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You'll be a memory,
You'll be a ghost.
You'll be the only one,
That I miss the most.

And I will see
Across the coast
That very memory
That I miss the most.

Starry nights when day is gone.
Shallow dreams at early dawn.
Blistering winds, rain that pours
Left it all in Baltimore.

Meet me by the oceanside and tell me just how you feel.
Grab my hands and runaway so I know this whole thing's for real.

Where we'll be when summer ends
Well it all just depends.
So stand there in the crashing waves
And take away all the pain.

Summertime, eastern winds
Home again just to begin.
A worried soul, washed ashore
Left it all in Baltimore.

Meet me by the oceanside and tell me just how you feel.
Grab my hands and runaway so I know this whole thing's for real.

Where we'll be when summer ends
Well it all just depends.
So stand there in the crashing waves
And take away all the pain.



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