"Now and Then" as written by and Kenny Loggins....
She sings to me now and then
Gentle refrains of summer mornings
The first rays of sunlight
And dew-dropped roses

Winds rolling through falling leaves
Whistling in the sycamores
These are her songs of love

She needs to be reassured
of all of the hope you hold for her
And when the lady loves you
Don't ever let it go
Take your world into your arms
And let your feelings show

And she, never will leave
Always these memories will stay with me
And I'll think of her now and then

She, she needs to be reassured
of all of the hope you hold for her
And brother, when the lady loves you
Don't ever let it go
Take your world into your arms
And let your feelings show

And she, never will leave
Always these memories will stay with me
And I'll think of her now and then


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"Now and Then" as written by Jeffrey William Bouchard Kenneth Clark Loggins

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