"Waterfall" as written by and Peter Kenneth Frampton....
What a day, I'd like an action replay
Won't you hand me the chocolate tray?
Turn around the film has unwound
Yeah, don't make a sound
Baby, it's been so long

Walk away after stacking the hay
I'd like to invite you, just lead me astray
Waterfall, down on me
Raining inside, I'm weak in the knee
Baby, it's been so long

And I can't sit still now
I was born standing up
I can't look back now
I'm still looking up

Tequila train, come on, numb my pain
It's salt and lime that send you insane
Just a dream, ooh, my lake and my stream
All so plain like a Waddington game
Baby, it's been so long

And I can't sit still now
I was born standing up
I can't look back now
I'm still looking up

And I can't sit still now
I was born standing up
And I can't look back now
I'm still looking up


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"Waterfall" as written by Peter Frampton

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