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I read your letter
Made me feel better
How did you know
That I was singing the blues

I felt your sunshine
Made me feel so fine
How did you know
That I was thinking of you

Ooh, California lights are bright
They'll make you learn to fight
For fame and fortune
Promises are made
And promises are broken

Dreams are falling through
(I should have stayed by you)

I've had some hard times
Your words are so kind
It's good to hear somebody
Telling the truth

I felt your sunshine
Made me feel so doggone fine
How did you know
That I was dreaming of you

Ooh, L.A. nights can be so cold
It makes a lonely soul
Get tired of freedom
Promises were made
And promises were broken

Dreams are falling through
I love you, I still love you

Oh, whoa
How did you know that
I was singing the blues
How did you know that
I was thinking of

Thinking of you
Thinking of you
Thinking of you...

I still love you
I still love you
I still love you...



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