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George Hamilton Iv – To You And Yours (from Me And Mine) lyrics

Wedding bells are ringing on two sides of town tonight
One wedding it's at seven one's at nine
A pair of old sweethearts will hold their new sweethearts so tight
Best of luck to you and yours from me and mine
To you and yours may happiness flow free
May you find in him the faith you lost in me
And although I don't love her yet perhaps I will in time
Best of luck to you and yours from me and mine
[ ac. Guitar ]
I'm afraid to say I do for fear I really done
Afraid my conscience might not walk the line
For even though I'll kiss her lips it's your lips that I want
That's a difference in you and yours and me and mine
To you and yours...



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