"Happy Accident" as written by Alexander Francis Barry and Jason Bradford Reeves....
It's kinda crazy runnin' into you,
A million people tryin' to catch a train
On a Tuesday

I'm not too sure what made me smile
Turn around at the turnstile
Forgetting everything I had to do

I want it to be like that again, like the first time
Will it ever be like that again, like the first time?
Like a happy accident

In the park, the trees were all in bloom
No one seeing pictures in the clouds
But me and you

I don't know why it's not so clear
But I feel like I've known you for years just
laughing 'cause' we've got nothing to lose

I want it to be like that again, like the first time
Will it ever be like that again, like the first time?
Like a happy accident

Love is so unexpected, can't just go out and get it
Love is so unexpected, just like a happy accident
Just like a happy accident

We never wrote or talked or called
And time has passed but I still recall
Every single detail of tha day

Oh, I want it to be like that again, like the first time
Will it ever be like that again, like the first time?
Like a happy accident

Love is so unexpected, can't just go out and get it
Love is so unexpected, just like a happy accident
Just like a happy accident
Just like a happy accident

It's kinda crazy runnin' into you,
A million people tryin' to catch a train
On a Tuesday


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