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When Your Lover Has Gone lyrics

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Nat King Cole – When Your Lover Has Gone lyrics

When you're alone
Who cares for starlit skies
When you're alone
The magic moonlight dies

At break of dawn
There is no sunrise
When your lover has gone

What lonely hours
The evening shadows bring
What lonely hours
With memories lingering

Like faded flowers
Life can't mean anything
When your lover has gone

At break of dawn
There is no sunrise
When your lover has gone

What lonely hours
The evening shadows bring
What lonely hours
With memories lingering

Like faded flowers
Life can't mean anything
When your lover, when your lover
When your lover has gone



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