"Has Anybody Seen Amy" as written by and Vezner/henry....
(Jon Venzer/Don Henry)

Lookin' at this town through older eyes
It's grown much too fat to recognize
There's a freeway up and the park's torn down
There's not a soul that I know around

Has anybody seen Amy
In her tan bare feet on the summertime street
Can her kiss still turn the winter warm
Or is she just a figment of
What I recall of yesterday's love
Has anybody seen Amy anymore

I can't see the stars through the neon lights
But there's still a crowd where the boys hang out at night
The songs I hear from those teenage cars
Still got the beat but they've lost the heart

Has anybody seen Amy
In her tan bare feet on the summertime street
Can her kiss still turn the winter warm
Or is she just a figment of
What I recall of yesterday's love
Has anybody seen Amy anymore

You can feel your age when you face the fact
You can always go home
But you can never go back

Has anybody seen Amy
In her tan bare feet on the summertime street
Can her kiss still turn the winter warm
Or is she just a figment of
What I recall of yesterday's love
Has anybody seen Amy anymore


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