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Sunset by the lake, it looked just like a dream
My world stopped on a dime when she hopped out of that jeep
All my buddies said, "Boy don't waste your time
"She's out off your league", but I was out of my mind

For that girl barefoot in a sundress
Top down, hair in a wild mess
Sweet smile singin' to "The Summer of '69"
That girl, just a little crazy
Green eyed, sweet child of Dixie
Every thing I ever hoped I'd find, that girl

They say some people never change, but, girl, I know it's true
'Cause you still turn me on as much as you used to
And every time we touch, I'm still seventeen
And in my arms you'll always be

That girl barefoot in a sundress
Top down, hair in a wild mess
Sweet smile singin' to "The Summer of '69"
That girl, just a little crazy
Green eyed, sweet child of Dixie
Every thing I ever hoped I'd find, that girl

That girl barefoot in a sundress
Top down, hair in a wild mess
Sweet smile singin' to "The Summer of '69"
That girl, just a little crazy
Green eyed, sweet child of Dixie
Every thing I ever hoped I'd find, that girl

Top down
Sweet smile singin' to "The Summer of '69"



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