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Since we first said I love you, it's been twenty years tonight
I moved by and love refused to go
It seems like only yesterday or maybe just last summer
Most of all a year or so ago

Don't seem like we've been together all our lives
Don't seem like we've been settled down since we got out of school
And who would've thought we'd still love each other
When the twilight years arrive
Don't seem like we've been together all our lives

The baby came in April of 1964
She'd look like me but still she favor you
I can't believe the years have already come and gone
Seem like everything we own is nearly new

Don't seem like we've been together all our lives
Don't seem like we've been settled down since we got out of school
And who would've thought we'd still love each other
When the twilight years arrive
Don't seem like we've been together all our lives



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