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Kitty Wells – Seasons Of My Heart lyrics

The seasons come the seasons go we get a little sunshine rain and snow
Just the way that it was planned to be
But there's no seasons in my heart while you play the leading part
But the flowers will bloom eternaly.

Your leaving will bring autumn sorrow
And my tears like withered leaves will fall
But spring could bring some glad tomorrow
And darling, we could be happy after all.

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As it is in nature's plan no season get see upper hand
Oh how I try to keep this fact in mind
The trees are bare the cold wind blows and by experience we should know
That winter comes but the spring is close behind.

Your leaving will bring autumn sorrow
And my tears like withered leaves will fall
But spring could bring some glad tomorrow
And darling, we could be happy after all...



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