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James Taylor – Hello Old Friend lyrics

Paris' rooftops were lovely to see
Switzerland's vertical landscape
Crossed my mind's eye just now
Canada's shoreline has been calling out to me
But it's been too long a time
Since last I crossed
That vast nantucket sound

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Hello old friend
Welcome me home again
Well, I've been away
But that's all over now
Say I can stay for october, now
Stay a while and play

Little dog david
I must look like a fool
I should've remembered
You'd be forgetting my smell, well
Give me a week or two to recapture my cool
I've got stories to tell
About how I snatched the devil's catch
And out ran the hounds of hell

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