Marguerita Time

Album: Back To Back (1983)
Charted: 3
  • Captured my heart
    Captured my memory
    Captured a time for me
    I could see
    A time for me
    Is gonna be

    Deep in my heart
    Deep in my memory
    Deep in a part of me
    Heart of me
    Meant to be history
    Could it be that I'm still wondering

    I never knew what had happened to me
    I didn't think it was true
    That I could be just like anyone else
    I'll take my chance with you

    Picture a dream
    Picture a fantasy
    Picture a mood of me
    Mystery you and me a mystery

    Lost in a dream
    Lost in a fantasy
    Lost in what seemed to be
    Dreams to be
    Seemed to be
    Had to be
    Couldn't find no other reason

    I never knew what had happened to me
    I didn't think it was true
    That I could be just like anyone else
    I'll take my chance with you

    Lets have a drink
    It's Marguerita time
    It's Marguerita time
    After nine
    Summer time
    Any time
    You'll still always find me wondering

    I never knew what had happened to me
    I didn't think it was true
    That I could be just like anyone else
    I'll take my chance with you Writer/s: BERNARD JOHN FROST, FRANCIS ROSSI
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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