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Baby, we can't blame it on the wine
We weren't even drinking
And we can't blame it on a sweet dream
We weren't even sleeping
It's the middle of the afternoon
When it comes to me and you

Who needs shooting stars, across the sky
A blanket on the grass in the pale moonlight
Shadows dancing on some wall
Who needs cotton sheets, satin gowns
And everything that goes when the sun goes down
When you can make a day feel this right
Who needs the night?

Baby, it's the way you look at me
Like there's no time for wasting
Let's use this beautiful moment
While it's here for the taking
So what are we waiting for
Baby there's no way I could want you more

Who needs shooting stars, across the sky
A blanket on the grass in the pale moonlight
Shadows dancing on some wall
Who needs cotton sheets, satin gowns
And everything that goes when the sun goes down
When you can make a day feel this right
Who needs the night?

Oh, so what are we waiting for
Baby there's no way I could want you more

Who needs shooting stars, across the sky
A blanket on the grass in the pale moonlight
Shadows dancing on some wall
Who needs cotton sheets, satin gowns
And everything that goes when the sun goes down
When you can make a day feel this right
Who needs the night?
Who needs the night?



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