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Agnetha Faltskog If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind Lyrics

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(John Cameron)

I would bring you flowers in the morning
Wild roses as the sun begins to shine
Sweet perfume in tiny jeweled caskets
If I thought you'd ever change your mind

I would take you where the music's sweetest
And feed you winter fruits and summer wine
Show you things you've only read in story books
If I thought you'd ever change your mind

I would bring you happiness
Wrapped up in a box and tied with a yellow bow
I would bring you summer rain and rainbow skies to make your garden grow
And in the winter snow my songs would keep you from the cold

But what use of flowers in the morning
When the garden they should grow in is not mine
And what use is sunshine if I'm crying
And my falling tears are mingled with the wine

I would bring you happiness
Wrapped up in a box and tied with a yellow bow
I would bring you rainbow skies
And summer rain to make your garden grow
And in the winter snow, my songs would keep you from the cold

I would bring you flowers in the morning
Wild roses when the sun begins to shine
Winter fruits and summer wine
Sweet perfume and columbine
If I thought you'd ever change your mind
If I thought you'd ever change your mind




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Welcome back, Agnetha | Reviewer: Paul Robins | 11/6/2004

Two thumbs way up for Agnetha Faltskog. It is great to finally hear her on her own.

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One of the best love song I have listend to! | Reviewer: Gal Messinger | 7/9/2004

It seems like uncoditional love song.
It has the lines starting with "But what the use of flowers ...",
but then the first part of the song repeats in reversed order.

One of the best love songs I listend to!

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