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FRASER/RODGERS


Do you remember
Every morning
We would dress
And we'd be still yawning,
In the street
Where people meet
We would wander around
In the northen heat.
All these days are gone
My Baby, now I'm all alone
I wish I had you near me
Baby, I wish I had you here
In the summer
Days were lazy
And sometimes the heat
Would drive us all crazy
Singing songs all night long
Till the light thru' the window
Said another day had come
All these days are gone
Baby, now I'm all alone
I wish I had you near me
I wish I had you here.
Baby, do you remember
Every morning
We would dress
And we'd be still yawning,
In the street
Where people meet
We would wander around
In the northen heat.
Baby, oh these days are gone
And I'm all alone
I still remember
The good old days we spent together
Baby I can't forget
You know me
I can't forget
The good old days we spent together



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