"Just an Old Love of Mine" as written by Peggy Lee and David M. Barbour....
Just an old love of mine
That began with dinner and wine.
I thought everything would be fine,
But now he's an old love of mine.

Just an old dream gone wrong
That began with the sweetest love song,
And I've carried memories so long
For just an old love of mine.

So many times I've been lonely
To do the things we would do,
And I'd go back to remember,
But I'd see all the people we knew.

Oh, I try to be gay,
Hoping you will see things my way;
I can almost hear you say, "Hello again!",
Old love of mine.

Now I'd go back to remember,
But I'd see all the people we knew.

Oh, I try to be gay,
Hoping you will see things my way;
I can almost hear you say, "Hello again!",
Old love of mine.


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"Just an Old Love of Mine" as written by Peggy Lee David M. Barbour

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