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I know who I'll be seeing in New Zealand
If I ever return and I want to
I know who I'll be seeing in New Zealand
If I ever get back and I hope I'll do I'll see you

Looking out the window at the blue New Zealand sky
Watching all the quiet gentle people going by
Far away from what they call the meddlin' crowd
Dreaming in the land of the long white clouds

I know who I'll be seeing in New Zealand
If I ever return and I want to
I know who I'll be seeing in New Zealand
If I ever get back and I hope I'll do I'll see you

Rebecca I love you and I want you to know
I think about you almost everywhere I go
You have what has been described as improbable charm
I hope the future keeps you happy and warm
I know who I'll be seeing in New Zealand I'll see you



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