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Emy Reynolds – Tonight lyrics

She was from Kansas
Worked in a dairy
Eight brothers and sisters
Her mom said she was from France
And her mom said she was from France
But she was from New Mexico
And she was from New Mexico

And tonight, tonight
I will have to say goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye
Tomorrow, tomorrow
If my heart is full of sorrow
I will call out for you

Lived in a trailer
Painted the skies
She said she had no life there
And she said she had no life there

And tonight, tonight
I will have to say goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye
And tomorrow, tomorrow
If my heart is full of sorrow
I will call out for you
Call out for you

And tonight, tonight
I will have to say goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye
And tomorrow, tomorrow
If my heart is full of sorrow
I will call out for you
Call out for you

Go ahead and tell that story
I will learn it again and again
Your smile and laugh and words like damn
Are bringing me home

Go ahead and tell that story
I will learn it again and again
Your smile and laugh and words like damn
Are bringing me home

And tonight, tonight
I will have to say goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye
And tomorrow, tomorrow
If my heart is full of sorrow
I will call out for you

Tonight, tonight
I will have to say goodbye, goodbye
Goodbye, goodbye
Tomorrow, tomorrow
If my heart is full of sorrow
I will call out for you
I will call out for you



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