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Tell me who's that coming
Not walking or running
Cool as the mountain breeze
Well, that song she's humming
Could make my guitar start strumming
Automatically
Tell me who's that speaking
Make my heart start beating
Really wanna make it pound
Well, those words she's saying
Could make even the devil start praying
On his knees down upon the ground
She's always had just what it took
To read me like I was an open book
There's something burning deep inside of me
And she's the only one who can set me free
Tell me who's that coming
Not hitching or thumbing
Looking straight at me
Well, I sure am gunning
You know she's the one and
I guess she'll always be
Well, tell me who's that coming
Not walking but running
Cool as the mountain breeze
Well, that song she's humming
Could make this guitar start strumming
Automatically
She's always had just what it took
To read me like I was an open book
There's something burning deep inside of me
And she's the only one who can set me free



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