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You Are Always On My Mind lyrics

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The Partridge Family – You Are Always On My Mind lyrics

Intro:

Wake up in the mornin' feelin' all right 'till I recall
You're gone from my life and I stare like a dummy against the wall
Since you've been away, oh, yes, I am uptight
It's a fact of my life I guess I'll try to fight
I could be so good for you if I had that right
If I had that right

Chorus:
You are always on my mind
Have I gotta go through this old life
Day after day and find
You there on my mind

You are always on my mind
Have I gotta go through this old life
Day after day and find
You there on my mind

I don't understand you at all but I don't care
Still a lot of good love in our lives for us to share

You might think it's sad, but I'm together now, yeah, you laugh, huh
I know it's true I'm much better now
You ought to come on by and see for yourself just how
I'm much better now

Chorus:
You are always on my mind
Have I gotta go through this old life
Day after day and find
You there on my mind

You are always on my mind
Have I gotta go through this old life
Day after day and find
You there on my mind

Repeat and fade



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