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Les Paul – It's Been A Long, Long Time lyrics

Kiss me once, then kiss me twice, then kiss me once again
It's been a long, long time
Haven't felt like this, my dear, since I can't remember when
It's been a long, long time

You'll never know how many dreams I've dreamed about you
Or just how empty they all seemed without you
So kiss me once, then kiss me twice, then kiss me once again
It's been a long, long time

Ah, kiss me once, then kiss me twice, then kiss me once again
It's been a long time
Haven't felt like this my dear, since I can't remember when
It's been a long, long time

You'll never know how many dreams I dreamed about you
Or just how empty they all seemed without you
So kiss me once, then kiss me twice, then kiss me once again
It's been a long, long time
Long, long time



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