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Rebecca Lindsey – On The Fourth Of July lyrics

We climbed the highest hill in town
We laid our hearts and bodies down
On a blanket in the tall summer grass
You and I, on the fourth of july

Fireworks light the sky
A million falling starts collide
But nothing’s gonna hide the spark of first love
Burning up the dark
And part of me will always be
The girl that was on that hill that night
On the fourth of july

We lost touch so long ago
Where you are now, I don’t know
But the night baby - it still knows the song
Of you and I
On the fourth of july

Do the traces of the sparklers feel like kisses on your skin
For a moment do you look up
And think of me again

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