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Skeeter Davis – Remember (Walkin' In The Sand) lyrics

Seems like the other day my baby went away he went away cross the sea
It's been two years or so since I saw my baby go and then this letter came for me
It said that we were through he found somebody new
Oh let me think what can I do oh no oh no oh no no no no no
(Rremember) walkin' in the sand (remember) walkin' hand in hand
(Remember) the night was so exciting (remember) smile was so inviting
(Remember) then he touched my cheek (remember) with his fingertips
Softly softly we'd meet with our lips

Whatever happened to the boy that I once knew the boy who said he'd be true
Oh what will happen to the life I gave to you what will I do with it now
(Rremember) walkin' in the sand...



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