You're flying by and oh you caught my eye
With those bright blue eyes and that beautiful blond hair
And I don't know, I don't know exactly what I'd do
When I get the nerve to talk to you

And I've got all this worked out in my head
But this ain't a story from a book I've read

Pigeons don't date hummingbirds
Take a chance and we might learn just how to write a story of our own

I'm standing here watching you fly by
And I'm thinking that this might be worth our time
And I don't know, I don't know just how to begin
But I'm dying to find out how our story ends

And I got all this worked out in my head
But this ain't a story from a book I've read

Pigeons don't date hummingbirds
Take a chance and we might learn
just how to write a story of our own, our own, our own

Flying over end
And you might not see that this truce gave me
Flying over end, in the center of it all
And I can't, I can't, I can't go on

Cause I got all this worked out in my head
But this ain't a story from a book I've read

Pigeons don't date hummingbirds
Take a chance and we might learn just how to write a story of our own
I said, oh let's write, come on, let's write a story of our own
I said, oh let's write, come on, let's write a story
Oh let's write, come on, let's write a story of our own
I said, oh let's write a story of our own


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