"Every Once in a While" as written by and Miles Zuniga Bruce Robison....
Every once in a while I think about you
And your strawberry hair
And little things that we used to do
I even called your old number
But it wasn't the same
Some stranger's voice on the answering machine

But the feelings remain after all this time
And those old memories won't fade
From the back of my mind

When I hear an old song
And I'm with you again
In that one room apartment
We had time and we had plans
But plans fall through
And dreams run dry
Oh, they just slowly disappear
Like an old teardrop from your eye

But the feelings remain after all this time
And those old memories won't fade
From the back of my mind

I don't know if I love you
Only think of you once in a while

But the feelings remain after all this time
And those memories won't fade
From the back of my mind

Every once in a while I can see you cry
And I'm saying I'm not ready and I can't say why
I hear you got married and had a beautiful child
And I only think about you once in a while


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"Every Once in a While" as written by Miles Zuniga Bruce Robison

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