"Sandy" as written by John Buck Wilkin and James E Cason....
Hey, girl, with sunlight in your hair
(whoa)
It hurts me so to see you standing there
(whoa)
O-oh-oh Sandy, you laugh and run away.
You just don't care.

Your kiss was warmer than the sun
(whoa)
And I can't forget all the things we've done
(whoa)
O-oh-oh Sandy, do you remember when
I was the one?

You've been around since
That new boy who found you
Took you uptown
So far from me.

But someday,
You're good times will be through
(whoa)
And I know just what you're gonna do
(whoa)
You'll come back, Sandy,
You know I'll still be here
Waiting for you.

(Sandy, Sandy, I love you)


Lyrics submitted by richie

"Sandy" as written by James E Cason John Buck Wilkin

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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