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A Thing For You
(mary jane)
TSG Music 03

what a thing to say - after all this timeĀ 
how could I'd been so very, very blind

but how was I to know - was so long ago
and we were so very, so very young

but I agree it's true - I had a thing for you
everyone always knew - I had a thing for you

each and every day - I use to stare at you
scheming of a way I could say to you

could I have this dance - but I won't dare the chance
of scaring you away from me

but maybe now it's time - to say something to you
what everyone always knew - I had a thing for you

the years have treated you well - you're still so beautiful
still I fell like that shy boy - trying to think of clever things to say

what a thing to say - yet I always knew
now I can it's true, it's true

I had a thing for you . . .

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Le Sheppard

For Mary Jane

Written and Created by Le Sheppard
© 2018 Le Sheppard, TSGcreations.com

Original Songs writing and music and performed
by Le Sheppard



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