Don't Change On Me

Album: Genius & Soul: 50th Anniversary Collection (1971)
Charted: 36
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  • Girl, you're my sunshine
    Chase away the raindrops
    Make it all worthwhile
    Make all the pain stop
    Just like a river
    Keep love flowing
    Don't let our world stop
    Keep it going

    I love you just the way you are
    Honey, don't change on me
    Girl, don't you change on me, girl, don't you change on me, no, no
    Girl, you're my lucky star
    Honey, don't change on me
    Don't change on me, don't change on me

    I used to wonder
    Where would I find
    Some kind of happiness
    And peace of mind
    I was living in darkness
    But then you came
    Bringing the sunlight
    Easing my pain


    If there's a heaven
    Then this is my prayer
    Lord knows I want to know you
    If we should meet there
    And then forever
    We'll walk together
    Nothing but sunshine
    No more stormy weather

    [Chorus] Writer/s: EDDIE REEVES, JIMMY HOLIDAY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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