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I was just a-thinkin' we could work it out, maybe get around to take the trip Down South
But she had had enough.
So I stormed out of the bedroom to the mornin' light. I was missing Cincinnati
So I booked me a flight.
Yea, I had had enough.

Ah me, how her winds swept across my scenes.
Ah me, how her winds swept across my scenes.

But I couldn't take the plane, 'cause I wanted to stay.
I was thinkin' we could work it out some way.
But she had had enough.

So I took the diamond ring to the shop downtown.
He left the ring in the glass; I left the money laid down.
And I was left in the lost and found.

Ah me, how her winds swept across my scenes,
Ah me, how her winds swept across my scenes.
And I fight the dream.

I don't want to hear you say we've grown apart.
I don't want to hear you say things have changed.
No, I just want things to be the same.
They say if I, if I fight the dream, they say there'll be no wind for me.

Ah me, how her winds swept across my scenes.
Ah me, how her winds swept across my scenes.
Ah me, Ah me.
Ah me, I fight the dream.



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