"Summer Night" as written by and Bill Morrissey....
You've traveled the river from end to end
Never found a true love anywhere you've been
You never broke a heart that wouldn't mend
On such a lovely summer night

Your hands' in your pockets as the band begin
Stand by the window, a touch of locust in the wind
And this might be just one more town you'll say you've been in
On such a lovely summer night

You take your chances when you start to roam
Waiting for slow dances and you ask to walk her home
And if she says please stay, you'll say, "I might"
On such a lovely summer night

You hold her close, yeah, and look her in the eye
You make her laugh then sing that one song to make her cry
And maybe this is that one town where there's no goodbye
On such a lovely summer night

You take your chances when you start to roam
Waiting for slow dances and you ask to walk her home
And if she says please stay, you'll say, "I might"
On such a lovely summer night
On such a lovely summer night


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"Summer Night" as written by William T Morrissey

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