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Gene Watson – Shadows On The Wall lyrics

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I was walkin' past your window late last night
There were lights on but your shades were pulled down tight
I decided to come in and spend some time
Then I looked and somethin' made me change my mind

There were shadows, covered shadows on the wall
Holdin' one another, clingin' to each other
And I felt my heart fall
I just stood there not believin' what I saw
Right outside your window
Watchin' the shadows on the wall

Like a drownin' man who sees his past go by
I was seein' all my future slowly die
I believed you and I loved you all the time
But the shadows said you weren't really mine

There were shadows, covered shadows on the wall
Holdin' one another, clingin' to each other
And I felt my heart fall
I just stood there not believin' what I saw
Right outside your window
(fade) Watchin' the shadows on the wall



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