Always on My Mind

  • I knew her since high school, we were seventeen
    I was old enough to know she was old enough to dream
    I try to remember, bring back memories
    And you know that she is always on my mind

    She knew what I needed, never let me down
    She was always the last to leave, and the first to come around
    I try to remember, bring back memories
    And you know that she is always on my mind

    Always on my mind
    She's driving me crazy
    Always on my mind
    And you know that she is always on my mind

    Every night in my dreams I still see her face
    But she gave it up for me, she only gave me a taste
    Every time I see her it comes back to me
    And you know that she is always on my mind

    Always on my mind
    She's driving me crazy
    Always on my mind
    And you know, yes you know, yes you know

    Oh yeah, always on my mind
    She's driving me crazy
    Always on my mind
    And you know that she is always on my mind

    Always on my mind
    She's driving me crazy
    Always on my mind
    And you know, yes you know, yes you know
    Always on my mind
    Always on my mind Writer/s: Johnny Christopher, Mark James, Wayne Thompson
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