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the long light of early July In,
the summer heat he asked me to be his wife He.
said Take, my hand and for the rest of my life I'll, Be
at your side It's. you and me in the bye-and-bye He.

said long have you been a bud in bloom with, Sun-kissed
blush and ivory croom So.
let the wind whip the green grass in the dunes My.
love for you runs through and through Forever.
cannot come too soon The.

summer left and came November clouds when, it had All
fallen to the ground Waiting.
for the sun to come back around I, meant to lift him up not, tie Him
down I.
am lost but, once was found Good.

times they came and went away By-and-by.
we began to fray And.
it was clear to see that he had swayed That.
first summer seemed so far away but, I'm still here and not afraid So.

the wind whipped the green grass in the dunes Forever.
stayed out of view My.
ivory skin still crooms My.
love for him goes through and through He.

had my hand and set it free Still.
got my heart hidden away from me I.
can't walk away I, won't let it be My.
love is under lock and key My.
love is under lock and key My.
love is under lock and key

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