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Lynn Anderson – I Used To Know All Those Things lyrics

I used to know all those things like honeymoons and wedding rings
The happiness that love can bring I used to know all those things
The morning kiss and evening touch those hours of doing nothing much
That special way a heart can sing I used to know all those things
Our happy home with love inside was leavin' soon and then to stride
Went dreaming room for foolish pride they too
Once happy times were mine to know they seemed to be so long ago
But once upon a wedding ring I used to know all those things
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Our happy home with love inside was leavin' soon and then to stride
Went dreaming room for foolish pride they too
Those happy times I used to know they seemed to be so long ago
But once upon a wedding ring I used to know all those things
Oh once upon a wedding ring I used to know all those things



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