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Sometimes I don't mind the sunshine
Sometimes I need the rain
Sometimes I don't mind the fun times
Sometimes they're all the same
When I'm thinking of you
There's a fever around I don't know what to do
When I'm drinking to you
I get down in my shoes in a waltz with the blues

Sometimes I don't mind the sunshine
Sometimes I need the rest
Sometimes I don't mind a good time
Sometimes I do what's best

When I'm thinking of you
There's a feeling inside which is long overdue
When I'm drinking to you
I get down in the mouth tell me what can I do

Sometimes I don't mind the sunshine
Sometimes I need the change
Sometimes I don't mind a fun time
To me it's all the same

When I'm thinking of you
There's a fever around I don't know what to do
When I'm drinking to you
I get down in my shoes in a waltz with the blues



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