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Halfway To Hollywood – Last September lyrics

Do you remember when we used to laugh and sing?
Didn't care too much about anything?
No idea what the days ahead would bring?
Now the nights are longer,
The leaves are turned to red,
And I'm left with nothing but the words you said,
Running wild inside my head.

You said your dreams were calling away to some place new,
But you swore you'd hold our promise, true.

So don't forget me when you're gone,
I'll be right here when you leave to travel on,
Be your cavalier and wait,
Until you come home I can't take,
Being on my own,
If we both remember what we said last September.

Will you remember the nights we lay awake in bed?
Dreaming endlessly about the days I had?
Or will you move on and forget?
If I could leave,
I'd follow you but I've been dreaming too.

So don't forget me when you're gone,
I'll be right here when you leave to travel on,
Be your cavalier and wait,
Until you come home I can't take,
Being alone,
If we both remember what we said last September.

And if we find we draft apart,
We'll take it right back to your start,
A little closer to the heart of ground we've tread,
But it hasn't happen yet.

So don't forget me when you leave to travel on,
It won't be long.

So don't forget me when you're gone,
I'll be right here while you leave to travel on,
Be your cavalier and wait,
Until you come home,
I can't take,
Being on my own,
If we both remember what we said last September.



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/h/halfway_to_hollywood/last_september.html

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