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Joni Mitchell – See You Sometime lyrics

Where are you now
Are you in some hotel room
Does it have a view?
Are you caught in a crowd
Or holding some honey
Who came on to you?
Why do you have to be so jive
O. K. Hang up the phone
It hurts
But something survives
Though it's undermined
I'd still like to see you sometime
I'm feeling so good
And my friends all tell me
That I'm looking fine
I run in the woods
I spring from the boulders
Like a mama lion
I'm not ready to
Change my name again
But you know I'm not after
A piece of your fortune
And your fame
'Cause I tasted mine
I'd just like to see you sometime
Pack your suspenders
I'll come meet your plane
No need to surrender
I just want to see you again
We're in for more rain
I could sure use some sunshine
On my apple trees
It seems such a shame
To start off so kind
And end so heartlessly
I couldn't take them all on then
With a headful of questions
And hypes
So when the hopes got so slim
I just resigned
But I'd still like to see you sometime
I'd sure like to see you



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