Album: released as a single (1967)
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  • Each time that I see you
    I believe you'll be mine
    It may sound ridiculous
    But this is what I'm
    Getting satisfaction from
    I don't care how stupid or wrong
    It is as long as I'm in touch with you

    Why don't you for one day
    Wont ask me to take you out somewhere
    to some place there'll be time to make

    Our's a lasting relationship
    I dreamt both night and day that it is true
    I hope for my sake you realise everything
    I have said to you today is true
    I guarantee tomorrow I will act this way if you

    Let me take you somewhere in the distance
    where resistance is low
    You must agree you wont make me sad

    As a reply I'm telling you
    I always try until I do see the time
    When I can call you mine Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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