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It's the start of English summer,
Long warm evenings on from here
Sit outside in warming sunshine,
Glass of wine or ice cold beer

Children playing hear their laughter,
Splash that water over here
Love the breeze when hot and humid,
Sun baked smiles of love and care

It's the start of English summer,
Itchy eyes and sneezing's here
In a field were playing Frisbee,
Sticky hands sun lotion smeared

Children playing hear their laughter,
Splash that water over here
Love the breeze when hot and humid,
Sun baked smiles of love and care

It's the start of English summer,
Reap the sweet and scented air
Streams & rivers hills and valleys,
Family outings take us there

Children playing hear their laughter,
Splash that water over here
Love the breeze when hot and humid,
Sun baked smiles of love and care

It's the start of English summer,
Pedal bikes down country lanes
Picnic lunches sandwich brunches,
Dressed in white on cricket greens



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