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(Refrain)
Here comes the sun Little darlin, here comes the sun I say, it's all right, it's all right
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Little Darlin it's been a long cold and lonely winter, little darlin it feels like years since you've been here
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Little darlin the smiles have returned to the faces now little darlin it seems like years since you've been here

Little darlin it's been a long cold lonely winter, little darlin it feels like years since you've been here

Here somes the sun, aren't you glad to see it, I say it's all right

Here comes the sun little darlin, I say it's alright

Here comes the sun, Here comes the sun I say Little Darlin, it seems like years since you've been here
Little darlin here comes the sun, it's all right
You can come on out



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