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Maria Taylor – Birmingham 1982 lyrics

Dinner call in the late afternoon
The sun step down for the moon
Story books, nightlights
And I still remember songs
Piano sing-alongs
And the colored sounds of spring
Its harmony
Do you still remember?
Fireflies, four-leaf clovers
Fingerpainted skin
Where life was a reaction
And love was just laughing with a friend

Down out in the backyard stream
Make a wish for your dream
Maybe a kiss maybe a ring
And I still remember songs
The banjo sing-alongs
And the crisp sound of fall
I still recall
Do you still remember?

Flashlights under covers
Raindrops on my tongue
When life had no distractions
And love wasn't hurting anyone

Fireflies, four-leaf clovers
Fingerpainted skin
We don't know where we're going
We'll get nowhere if we've forgotten where we've been

We'll get nowhere if we've forgotten where we've been



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/m/maria_taylor/birmingham_1982.html

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