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Many highways Ive been on
Since I went out chasing a song
And I left you standing alone
In the soft morning sunlight
Now the summers just like it was then
You were waving goodbye in the wind
And I heard you ask if I intend to ever settle down
Lady
Do you still seek the mysteries of life?
Or have you become some businessmans wife?
And do you still long to be free?
Lady
When you stare up at the stars out in the night
Do you still think this old world could turn out right?
And do you ever think of me?
The moon lit and danced on your hair
We sat for some time on the stairs
And I'd give anything that we could share
Those moments once again
But Im surrounded by velvet and gold
And strangers who offer their souls
But they all seem so hollow and cold
When I remember you
Lady
Do you still seek the mysteries of life?
Or have you become some businessmans wife?
And do you still long to be free?
Lady
When you stare up at the star out in the night
Do you still think this old world could turn out right?
And do you ever think of me



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