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Fireflies – You Were Mine lyrics

[You Were Mine]
[The Fireflies]
[Written by Paul Giacalone]

Peaked at # 21 in 1959

You were mine at the time and the feeling was sublime
You were mine (you were mine) You were mine (you were mine)
You were really, really mine
And I know that our love was a love of true love

Like a bird on the wing when he know it's early Spring
You were mine (you were mine) You were mine (you were mine)
You were really, really mine
And I know that our love was a love of true love

But now, since you're gone, I'm so sad and alone
Rememb'ing the love that we had for our own

Now I'll go on my way thinking of that lovely day
You were mine (you were mine) You were mine (you were mine)
You were really, really mine
And I know that our love was a love of true love

Now I'll go on my way thinking of that lovely day
You were mine (you were mine) You were mine (you were mine)
You were really, really mine
And I know (and I know) that our love (that our love) was a love of true love

And I know (and I know) that our love (that our love) was a love of true love
[Fade]
And I know (and I know) that our



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