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Bryan Adams Summer Of '69 Lyrics

Last updated: 09/25/2014 03:31:42 AM

I got my first real six-string,
Bought it at the five-and-dime,
Played it till my fingers bled,
was the summer of 69.

Me and some guys from school,
Had a band and we tried real hard,
Jimmy quit, and Jody got married,
I should've known,we'd never get far.

O when I look back now,
The summer seemed to last forever,
And if I had a choice,
Yeah- I'd always wanna be there.
Those were the best days of my life.

Ain't no use in complaining,
When you got a job to do.
Spent my evenings down at the drive-in,
And that's when I met you yeah.
Standing on your mama's porch,
You told me that you'd wait forever.
And when you held my hand,
I knew that it was now or never.
Those were the best days of my life.
O yeah, back in the summer of 69.

Man we were killing time,
we were young and restless,
we needed to unwind.

I guess nothing can last forever,forever, ohh.

Yeah.

And now the times are changing,
look at everything that's come and gone.
Sometimes when I play that old six-string,
think about you- wonder what went wrong.

Standing on your mama's porch,
you told me that it'd last forever.
And when you held my hand,
I knew that it was now or never.
Those were the best days of my life.

O yeah,back in the summer of 69.Ah hah,it was the summer of 69, oh yeah me and my baby in 69.
Ohhhh, it was the summer,summer, summer of 69,yeah.

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