"Me and You" as written by Lonnie Liston Smith, Jonathan Brown and Gary Smith....
Me and you singing on the train,
Me and you listening to the rain,
Me and you we are the same
Me and you have all the fame
We need, indeed,
You and me are we.

Me and you singing in the park
Me and you light candles in the dark
Me and you we are the spark
We'll watch that light just make an arc
To say someday
There will be a better way.

Me and you were waiting for the dawn
Me and you and all the places we've gone
Me and you, sitting on the lawn
Me and you just singing a song
A rhyme to shine
And to pass the time.

Me and you singing to all
Me and you were not so small
Me and you can stand up tall
Me and you just having a ball
Happy to be
You and Me


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"Me and You" as written by Jonathan Brown Lonnie Liston Smith

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