"When I See You Again" as written by and Jimmy Doyle La Fave....
Trains late at night, traveling shoes
Dogs in the country moaning the blues
Lost on the landscape, my thumb in the wind
The feeling I get when I see you again

Sleep in the mountains, first light on the plains
The smell of the prairie after it rains
Buffalo gals and laughter times ten
The feeling I get when I see you again

A child?s innocence, great big thunderclouds
Bob Dylan records, the carnival crowd
Beautiful ladies, forgiveness of sin
The feeling I get when I see you again

Thoughts way up high, the moon hanging low
Abandoned bus stations, AM radio
Beat generation, highways that bend
The feeling I get when I see you again

Trains late at night, traveling shoes
Dogs in the country moaning the blues
Lost on the landscape, my thumb in the wind
The feeling I get when I see you again

Yes the feeling I get just to see you again
The feeling I get when I see you again



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"When I See You Again" as written by Jimmy Doyle La Fave

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