"Right Back at Ya" as written by Joe West and Dave Pahanish....
If I could I would rewind the times she cried,
I just turned around and walked away.
Wish there was a switch I could hit
Then she'd love me like she loved my yesterday.

What I'd give to hold her in my arms
Feel her heart and wipe her tears right off her face.
That's just plain foolishness
Truth is life just doesn't ever work that way, she's gone.

Oh no, oh no,
My baby's gone oh no, oh no.
The morning sun stills the stars,
Shines her eyes and mine are laughing once again.

Her long hair flowing,
I'm there holding her and hoping that this feeling never ends,
But it's just a dream inside my head,
Gone like the wind just like a child's red balloon.

Floating up into the sky so high
And disappearing out into the wild blue,
She's gone, oh no, oh no, my baby's gone,
Oh no oh no, she's a ghost town train,
A tear drop in the rain, oh no,
She's two tail lights disappearing in the night,
Oh no, oh no she's gone.

She's a ghost town train,
A tear drop in the rain,
Oh my baby's gone,
She's two tail light disappearing in the night,
Oh now I'm all alone

She's a ghost town train,
A tear drop in the rain,
Oh my baby's gone,
She's two tail light disappearing in the night oh,
(if my clock could rewind the time)

She's a ghost town train
A tear-drop in the rain,
(I'd turn around and walk away)
She's two tail lights disappearing in the night oh


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"Right Back at Ya" as written by Troy Olsen Marv Green

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