Colin Coplin

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Love You ' Til Sunday


I know it's a shame
why we have to leave
it's really been fun
really been fun

We've learnt so many things
now it's time to use the wind
and run

But we'll love you 'til Sunday
love you 'til Sunday
we'll love you 'til Sunday comes along
We'll love you 'til Sunday
remember that Sunday
'cause when it is Monday
we'll be gone...

I saw you hide a tear
it's nice to know you really care
and I would give you everything
but until then

Hold the last card close to guide you
place the memories on the mantle deep inside you
keep those home fires strongly burning
leave the phone free we'll be calling
know no distance can keep me from you
and someday, yes some day
we'll return

But we'll love you 'til Sunday
love you 'til Sunday
we'll love you 'til Sunday comes along
we'll love you 'til Sunday
remember that Sunday
'cause when it is Monday
we'll be gone
we'll be gone
we'll be gone

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011
Edited: Thursday, December 29, 2011

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