"Who Were You Thinkin' Of" as written by and P. Gauvin J. Glaser....
Sunlight comes creeping in
Illuminates our skin
We watch the day go by
Stories of all we did
It made me think of you
It made me think of you

Under a trillion stars
We danced on top of cars
Took pictures of the stage
So far from where we are
They made me think of you
They made me think of you

Oh lights go down
In the moment we're lost and found
I just wanna be by your side
If these wings could fly
Oh damn these walls
In the moment we're ten feet tall
And how you told me after it all
We'd remember tonight
For the rest of our lives

I'm in a foreign state
My thoughts they slip away
My words are leaving me
They caught an aeroplane
Because I thought of you
Just from the thought of you

Oh lights go down
In the moment we're lost and found
I just wanna be by your side
If these wings could fly
Oh damn these walls
In the moment we're ten feet tall
And how you told me after it all
We'd remember tonight
For the rest of our lives

If these wings could fly

Oh lights go down
In the moment we're lost and found
I just wanna be by your side
If these wings could fly
Oh damn these walls
In the moment we're ten feet tall
And how you told me after it all
We'd remember tonight
For the rest of our lives


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"Who Were You Thinkin' Of" as written by J. Glaser C. Pelletier

Lyrics © CAROL VINCENT & ASSOC LLC

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    General Commentreminds me of an old sixties song. i love it.

    it's basically someone asking their significant other who they were thinking of when they were together, because they seemed too enthusastic ("You didn't want to quit" and You’ve got more out of it Then I put into it ").

    i like how the singer isnt really angry about it, more just curious.
    JACKIE THE HOBOon January 16, 2008   Link

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