I should've known better, come on
I should've known better, come on
How l long for those warm summer nights
Of playing the fool and getting uptight
Crush my precious wish to the ground
You are the sunshine taste of forgive and forget

Oh, I remember having all the love to give
I remember a precious wish upon my loving lips
You have touched my mind, my soul and my everything
Oh, I remember having all the love to give
I remember a precious wish upon my loving lips
Please, oh, please help me

Looking back at what we had
Say I still want you so much
Say I was loving you for just one reason
Loving you for just one season
You're required for desire

Oh, I remember having all the love to give
I remember a precious wish upon my loving lips
You have touched my mind, my soul and my everything
Oh, I remember having all the love to give
I remember a precious wish upon my loving lips
Please, oh, please help me

Oh, I remember
Oh, I remember

Say I was, say I was, loving you, loving you, loving you
Loving you, loving you, loving you
Please, oh, please help me

Oh, I remember having all the love to give
I remember a precious wish upon my loving lips
Oh, I remember having all the love to give
Please, oh, please help me
Please, oh, please help me
Please, oh, please help me

And I try to act naturally


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