"Quite a Long Long Time" as written by and Lewis Dewitt....
Perhaps the semi darkness of this room has me confused
You say that you're an old, old friend of mine
And if I'm wrong about you then I beg to be excused
It's just that I have not seen you in quite a long, long time

Or could it be the bottle that you're holding in your hand
The girl I knew could never be that kind
Please be patient with me, I will place you if I can
It's just that I have not seen you in quite a long, long time

The dimple in your cheek is familiar I'll admit
And the smile does resemble one I've known
And the color of your hair does remind me quite a bit
Of someone within the shade of blonde is not just like her own

Now I must go, it's getting late and I do wish you well
And please go kind of easy on the wine
It's possible I know you but it's really hard to tell
It's just that I have not seen you in quite a long, long time



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"Quite a Long Long Time" as written by Lewis Dewitt

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