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Stevie Nicks – Sara lyrics

You could be my silver spring....
Blue-green.. Colors flashin'
I would be your only dream.....
Your shinin' autumn.... Ocean crashin'....
Don't say that she's pretty....
And did you say that she loves you...?
Baby I don't wanna know.
So I'll begin not to love you...
Turn around, you'll see me runnin'
I'll say I loved you years ago...
And tell myself you never loved me.... No......
Don't say that she's pretty....
And did you say that she loves you...?
Baby, I don't wanna know.... Oh no.....
And can you tell me... Was it worth it....?
Baby, I don't wanna know..
Time cast a spell on you... You won't forget me...
I know I could've loved you but you would not let me....
Time cast a spell on you... But you won't forget me...
(I was such a fool)
I know I could've loved you, but you would not let me..
(Give me one more chance)
I'll follow you down 'til the sound of my voice will haunt you..
(Haunt you)
You'll never get away from the sound of the woman that loves you..
Repeat.... Ad lib....



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