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Sequoyah Prep School – Hey Amanda lyrics

When I met you outside it was the fourth of july
And you said, "Would it be fine if I came over tonight?"
And I said you could come over when ever you like
So we stared at the sky as fireworks lit up the night
And I thougth to myself hey this could turn alright
And you thought to yourself he's nothing to me

And her name was Amanda
My name didn't matter at all
She said hey I'll call ya
But no she never called
And her name was Amanda
My name didn't matter at all
She said hey I'll call ya
But no she never called

What happened to those when everything was ok,
What happened to those days when I was happy all the time?
What happened to those when everything was ok,
What happened to those days when I was happy all the time?

And her name was Amanda
My name didn't matter at all
She said hey I'll call ya
But no she never called
Her name is Amanda
My name didn't matter at all
She said hey I'll call ya
But no she never calls.

She never calls...
I met you outside it was the Fourth of July
And you said would it be fine if I came to your house
And you said it would be fine if I came over tonight



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