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lyrics

Let’s go down to the water.
Let’s pretend we are strangers again.
You wear that ugly raincoat;
I’ll smile sideways and then it’ll all begin.

You say, “Hello miss, how are you?”
I’ll say, “Fine, and I hope you are well.”
We’ll fall fast for each other.
Take my hand and remember the way it felt.

Long, long ago
We were young, we were hopeful.
Long, long ago
We were silly and proud.
Long, long ago
I thought love wouldn’t change me,
But I’m older now.

Now that we are older
I think I can remember
The way we used to laugh back then
When we were together.
Now we’re getting older
And I don’t remember
What love was like before you.

Walking down by the river
We’ll find the tree we stood under before.
You surprise me with kisses.
The birds find their old songs and it’s spring once more.

Let’s go down to the water.
Let’s forget that the time has gone by.
You’re still twenty and lovely.
We’re still waiting for the rest of our lives.

credits

from Those Were Good Times, Weren't They?, released June 11, 2013
written by Kay Barker
vocals: Kay Barker
drums: Alexander Young
keys, guitars: Joseph Barker

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