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Nat King Cole – Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You lyrics

The world may change from
Summer green to winter white
The brightest day can change
Into the darkest night

A gray cloud may change
A sky of blue
But nothing ever changes
My love for you

A gentle breeze can
Blow into a hurricane
A happy song can change
Into a sad refrain

The oak leaf will fall
When Autumn's through
But nothing ever changes
My love for you

Time will alter Gibraltar
The seas may run dry
But you'll see that we'll be
The same you and I

A million things are bound
To change as time rolls on
A million springs will come and go
And when they're gone

My darling, the thrill
Will still be new
For nothing ever changes
My love for you

For nothing ever changes
My love for you



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