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Come To The Sunshine lyrics

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Come to the sunshine
Hang your ups and down you comes to the sunshine
Come to the sunshine
You know I know you know that I love you

Weather here could not be finer
It suits to sail off Carolina shore
I'll tell you more and more over
Cotton threads to keep me cool
In the sun-swept afterglow
I know I'm a fool, but I'm hoping that you'll be
Mine in time

Sailboats sail by two-by-two by
I think a lot of you I
Really doubt you think about me
Like I do you

Come to the sunshine
To the sunshine
You know I know you know that I love you

While they play the White Swan Serenade
Cornered, struck, I watched them promenade
They're comforted, got it made over
Dunn and Bradstreet, Vanity Fair
Who wears what, how much, and who's been where
But I really don't care
The lesson we share

Come to the sunshine
Hang your ups and down you comes to the sunshine
Come to the sunshine
You know I know you know that I love you



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