And we'll walk down the avenue again
And we'll walk down the avenue again
When the healing has begun

And we'll walk down the avenue in style
And we'll walk down the avenue and we will smile
And we'll say baby ain't it all worthwhile
When the healing has begun
When the healing has begun

I want you to put on your pretty summer dress, yeah
You can wear your Easter bonnet, Sunday clothes and all the rest
And I wanna make love to you, yes yes, yes yes
When the healing has begun

I want you to put on your pretty summer dress
You can wear your Easter clothes, Sunday bonnet and all the rest
And I wanna make love to you, yes yes, yes yes
When the healing has begun
When the healing has begun

We're gonna make sweet music underneath the stars
We'll play to the violin and the two guitars
And we'll sit down and play for hours and hours and hours and hours and hours
When the healing has begun
When the healing has begun

We're gonna stay out all night long
And then we're gonna go out and roam across the field
Baby you know how it feels
When the healing has begun
When the healing has begun

I want you to put on your pretty summer dress, yes
You can wear your Easter clothes, Sunday bonnet and all the rest
And I wanna make love to you, yes yes yes, yes, yes
When the healing has begun

And we'll walk down the avenue again
And we'll walk down the avenue again
And the healing has begun


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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