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(john farrar)If you come around, and I know you will, Don’t expect to find me teary eyedtime has surely told us we were never rightbaby, you were ready, so was idon’t worry, don’t worry, babyif the sun should never shine againand the skies were never bluemaybe then I’d feel I’d lost a friendmaybe then I’d think of youif the birds could never sing againand the world had lost that viewmaybe then I’d feel I’d lost a friendmaybe then I’d think of youwhen we were together, we were so aloneconversations had gone out of stylethough I felt a sadness when you said goodbyei’ve heard the word before and I’ll surviveif the birds could never sing againand the world had lost that viewmaybe then I’d feel I’d lost a friendmaybe then I’d think of you



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