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Frank Sinatra – Somewhere Along The Way lyrics

I used to walk with you along the avenue, our hearts were young and gay
How could I know I'd lose you somewhere along the way
The friends we used to know, would always smile hello
No love like our love, they say then love slipped through our fingers
Somewhere along the way

I should forget, but with the loneliness of night, I start remembering everything
You're gone and yet there's still a feeling deep inside that you'll always be part of me
So now I look for you along the avenue, and as I wander I pray
That someday soon, I'll find you, somewhere along the way



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