You Tell Me

Album: Memory Almost Full (2007)
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    When was that summer when the skies were blue?
    The bright red cardinal flew down from his tree?
    You tell me

    When was that summer when it never rained?
    The air was buzzin' with the sweet old honeybee
    Let's see
    You tell me

    Were we there?
    Was it real?
    Is it truly how I feel?
    Maybe
    You tell me

    Were we there?
    Is it true?
    Was I really there with you?
    Let's see
    You tell me

    When was that summer of a dozen words?
    The butterflies and hummingbirds flew free
    Let's see
    You tell me

    Let's see
    You tell me Writer/s: PAUL MCCARTNEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Marlene from Houston, Txthis isn't the song!! where's You Tell Me?
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