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Jeannie's coming back tomorrow
Jeannie's gonna, Jeannie's gonna, end my sorrow
I've been waiting for all these years
And while she's cried a million tears

Jeannie's coming, Jeannie's coming back tomorrow
Jeannie's gonna, Jeannie's gonna, end my sorrow
I'll keep my hand on the telephone
And when she calls will she be alone or else I die

Every day together on the beach
Every night she's closer in my dreams
Every memory I tried to keep
We grew up as close as two could be.
I did things that Jeannie wouldn't see,
Didn't see that I was in to deep and I whisper in my sleep

Jeannie's coming, Jeannie's coming...

Summer time we used to have it all
In the fall I wait for her call.
Someone said that she moved out of town
Through the years remained a mystery
Couldn't see why we weren't meant to be
Waited here her to come around
Someone said she's homeward bound.

Jeannie's coming, Jeannie's coming...

Since You left I've lost with heartache
I've been trying to heal the heartbreak.
Will I recall my dreams tonight tonight

Jeannie's coming, Jeannie's coming

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