"Just My Imagination (Running Away)" as written by Barrett Strong and Norman J. Whitfield....
Each day through my window
I watch her as she passes by
I say to myself
You're such a lucky guy
To have a girl like her
Is truly a dream come true
Out of all the fellas in the world
She belongs to you

But it was just my imagination
Runnin' away with me-once again
Seems it was just my imagination
Runnin' away with me

Soon we'll be married
And raise a family, oh yeah
Have a cozy little house in the country
With two kids maybe three
I tell you I can visualize it all
This couldn't be a dream, for too real it all seems

But it was just my imagination
Runnin' away with me-once again
Seems it was just my imagination
Runnin' away with me

Every night on my knees I pray
Dear Lord hear my plea
Don't ever let another take her away from me
For I would surely die
Her love is heavenly
When her arms enfold me I hear a tender rhapsody
But in reality, she doesn't even know me
'Cause it was

But it was just my imagination
Runnin' away with me-once again
Seems it was just my imagination
Runnin' away with me


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"Just My Imagination" as written by Norman Whitfield Barrett Strong

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