"One More Time" as written by Tony Joe White and Edward J. Olmos....
Never had time for the celebration
Singing like a woman when you're six years old
Never got to dance at the graduation
Didn't want it, didn't need it
She was on the road

No letters from home
We just kept moving on
We were all alone, together

Simple stops along the way
No one knows the price we paid
For the dream, for the dream
The people came from everywhere
And they all wait for her
To sing the songs one more time

So many miles, so many places
The music pulling like an under tow
Leaving smiles on all their faces
They were living the songs she wrote

No stick ball in the street
No grass stains on the knees
We were all gypsies, together

And forever in my mind
This will always be
She was the world for me
But I no longer weep for her
All that's left is the need for her
To sing the songs one more time

Just one more time

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"One More Time" as written by Edward J. Olmos Tony Joe White

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