"I'll Be Here at Closing Time" as written by and John David Souther....
Oh I like the way you bring the water
With your fingers on the lime
And when you walk that way it kills me
I'll be here at closing time

Is that a ring there on your finger
Or just a thin and fading line
You could walk away from me but don't do it
I'll be here at closing time

I'll be outside with the engine running
Carrying a coat and tie
Looking for a place to take you
I can almost hear you sigh

I'll be outside with the engine running
Pointing at the western sky
Looking for a place to lay you down
But I don't want to make you cry

I can see us walking in the future
With a child of yours and mine
I can feel the sunshine on our shoulders
Til it's closing time
Baby when you walk that way it kills me
I'll be here at closing time
I'll be here at closing time



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"I'll Be Here at Closing Time" as written by John David Souther

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