Déjà Vu

Album: Dionne (1979)
Charted: 15
  • This is insane
    All you did was say hello
    Speak my name
    Feeling your love
    Like a love I used to know
    Long ago.

    How can it be
    You're a different space and time
    Come to me.
    Feel like I'm home
    In a place I used to know
    Long ago
    Deja vu -
    Could you be the dream that I once knew
    Is it you
    Deja vu -
    Could you be the dream that might come true
    Shining through

    I keep remembering me
    I keep remembering you
    Deja vu
    This is devine
    I've been waiting all my life
    Filling time
    Looking for you
    Nights were more than you could know
    Long ago

    Come to me now
    We don't have to dream of love
    We know how
    Somewhere before
    It's as if I've loved you so
    So long ago
    Deja vu -
    Could you be the dream that I once knew
    Is it you
    Deja vu -
    Could you be the dream that might come true?
    Shining through
    I keep remembering me
    I keep remembering you
    Deja vu Writer/s: ISAAC HAYES, ADRIENNE ANDERSON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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