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Paul McCartney – Always lyrics

Everything went wrong and the whole day long
I'd feel so blue.
For the longest while I'd forget to smile
Then I met you.
Now that my blue days have passed,
Now that I've found you at last,

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I'll be loving you always,
With a love as true always.
When the things you plan need a helping hand,
I will understand always, always.
Days may not be fair always.
That's when I'll be there, always,
Not for just an hour,
Not for just a day,
Not for just a year but always.
Days may not be fair always.
That's when I'll be there, always,
Not for just an hour,
Not for just a day,
Not for just a year but always



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