"Magic" as written by and Kenneth Chesney....
I believe there's magic here in these sails
In the wake of these old pirate trails
That cut through the water and the atmosphere
I believe there is magic here

It's in buried treasure under the sea
In the music that drifts out on the street
It's in the barflies drinking their beer
I believe there's magic here

This crazy rock has got a lot
Of romance and sex appeal
It's lazy days with Hemingway
And I gotta say that it captures me still

'Cause I believe there's magic in those beach side dives
Under the moon as it's changing the tides
Friends they go away, then they reappear
I believe there is magic here

This crazy rock has got a lot
Of romance and sex appeal
It's lazy days with Hemingway
And I gotta say that it captures me still

'Cause I believe there's magic in those beach side dives
Under the moon as it's changing the tides
Friends they go away, then they reappear
I believe there is magic here

Friends they go away, then they reappear
I believe there is magic
A whole lotta magic
I believe there is magic here
I believe there is magic
A whole lotta magic
I believe there is magic here


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"Magic" as written by Kenneth Chesney

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    General Commenti really like kenny doing this song. idk why but it reminds me of a bunch of 50/60s songs i love like do you believe in magic in a young girls heart. and a couple others
    chels0845on September 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGive me a place were water is running and I'll find a way to be happy! A river streaming, a wide ocean ... "It's lazy days with Hemingway
    And I gotta say that it captures me still"
    tugiton February 01, 2007   Link

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