We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds

Album: I Wish Tonight Would Never End (1963)
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  • We said our goodbyes long ago
    Never thinking we'd miss each other so
    All the memories we can't leave behind
    Oh, we must have been out of our minds

    I thought I loved another, not you
    How foolish, I thought the same, too
    They both turned out to be the wrong kind
    Oh, we must have been out of our minds

    Let's forgive and forget the past we've known
    And reap together the wild seeds we've sown
    Surely they can forgive us in time
    That we must have been out of our minds

    I thought I loved another, not you
    How foolish, I thought the same, too
    They both turned out to be the wrong kind
    Oh, we must have been out of our minds

    Yes, we must have been out of our minds Writer/s: MELBA MONTGOMERY
    Publisher: GLAD MUSIC CO.
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