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When your parents left for a week that month
You couldn't seperate the 2 of us
Down on the edge of that lake
Where more then memories were made
Like the water rolling off your hips
Love rolled off your lips
We laughed cause we were scared to death
A couple kids soaking wet
And right there on the blanket that we brought

We lost more then a diamond earring
Found forever when I held you near me
Holding on like the world was ending
You and I found a new beginning
As we sat there and watch the sun go down
Then watched it come back around

When the daylight started to steal the moon
We knew we should leave but we couldn't move
Frozen from the moment that we just shared
Didn't say nothing we just laid right there
Now when I wake up to your face
I go back to where

We lost more then a diamond earring
Found forever when I held you near me
Holding on like the world was ending
You and I found a new beginning
As we sat there and watch the sun go down
Then watched it come back around

Yea lakeside
In the moonlight
That's right where I wanna be

We lost more then a diamond earring
Found forever when I held you near me
Holding on like the world was ending
You and I found a new beginning
It was right there when we first learned
That love was more then just a word
As we sat there and watch the sun go down
Then watched it come back around

Yea we sat there and watched the sun go down
And watched it come back around

Come back around



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