"Bonnie Taylor Shakedown 2K1" as written by and Forrest Kline....
Visit you at Baskin-Robbins all the time
To let you know that I am yours and you are mine
So we can take long walks through Central Park and
Hold each other's hands to fight the dark

So you know that you're never on your own
So you know that you're never on your own

My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My Bonnie lies over the sea
And every night at 2 AM
I wonder why can't she, lie close to me

Remember all the times you let me walk you to class
You would kiss my cheek I'd never have to ask
You're going away-ay in late September
And here's a thanks for a summer I will always remember

So you know that you're never on your own
So you know that you're never on your own

My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My Bonnie lies over the sea
And every night at 2 AM
I wonder why can't she, lie close to me

I hope you listen to me
Every night before you go to sleep
And know that someone in HB
Is thinking of you, Bonnie

My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My Bonnie lies over the sea
And every night at 2 AM
I wonder why can't she, lie close to me

My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My Bonnie lies over the sea
Every night at 2 AM
I wonder why can't she, lie close to me



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    General CommentI love this song, and think it is obvious what the meaning is.
    The way they used an old song that fitted the theme of there own song was good.
    "Visit you at Baskin-Robbins all the time"
    I FINALLY FOUND OUT WHAT BASKIN-ROBBINS IS! :D
    AND i brought a milk-shake from there whilst singing that line over and over.
    I sure got some weird looks...[=

    ILOVEYOUHELLOGOODBYE. XX
    Hannahhhhon July 30, 2006   Link

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