Suzanne

Album: Raised on Radio (1986)
Charted: 17
  • I see your face at the movies
    I hear your voice on the radio
    You're makin' love on the silver screen
    I want you more, I know
    Temptation...Infatuation...
    Suzanne, don't walk away
    On no Suzanne, oh girl I'm callin' you
    Suzanne, so far away
    Remember Suzanne, those summer nights with me

    I wonder if you're really happy
    And if you saw me, would you know my name
    I'm the one you used to hold on to
    You're the one who used to wear my ring
    Remember...our last September...

    Oh Suzanne, don't walk away
    On no Suzanne, oh girl I'm callin' you
    Suzanne, so far away
    Remember Suzanne, those summer nights with me

    Remember...our last September...
    Suzanne, so far away
    Remember Suzanne, those summer nights with me

    Suzanne, don't walk away, I love you Suzanne
    I'm still callin' you
    Suzanne...no no no no no remember
    Those summer nights with me, those summer nights Writer/s: STEPHEN PERRY, JONATHAN CAIN
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