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Couple of days isn't a very long time
Why can't I just walk away, I used to be good at goodbyes...
Out on the water...under the stars...
I let the moonlight play a trick on my heart

[CHORUS]
You had some fun for the weekend
But I'll be in love for the rest of my life
You took me out to the deep end
And I fell right over I didn't think twice
I finally got something worth keepin
And if I can't have you tonight....
At least I had the weekend
The radio plays the sound of the waves rolling in
The smell of the night sure can get under your skin
Just for a moment...I held you too close
Now I'm all out of time and I don't want to let go

[REPEAT CHORUS]
[BRIDGE]
How much can happen in a night or two?
I guess it's all depending on your point of view....
You had some fun for the weekend (girl)
But I'll be in love for the rest of my life
You took me out to the deep end
And I fell right over I didn't think twice
Finally got something worth keeping
And if I can't have you tonight
At least I had the weekend...



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    UnregisteredJan 8, 2012 at 6:12 am
    Ran into an old friend of mine unexpectedly. We spent the entire weekend dancing and this song was my personal favorite, and it played every night. He left to go back to work, out of state, with an unknown return date. That weekend was the best of my life.

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