by The Golden Gate Quartet
Lyrics and Meaning
Summer rain taps on my window
West wind soft as a sweet dream
My love warm as the sunshine
Sittin' here by me, she's here by me
She stepped out on the rainbow
Golden hair shinin' like moonglow
Warm lips soft as a soul
Sittin' here by me, yeah, she's here by me
All summer long we spent dancin' in the sand
And the jukebox kept on playin' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
We sailed into the sunset
Drifted home caught by a gulf stream
Never gave a thought for tomorrow
Just let tomorrow be, let tomorrow be
She wants to live in the Rockies
She says that's where we'll find peace
Settle down, raise up a family
To call our own, yeah, we'll have a home
All summer long we spent groovin' in the sand
Everybody kept on playin' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
Winter snow drifts by my window
North wind blowin' like thunder
Our love's burnin' like fire
And she's here by me, yeah, she's here with me
Let tomorrow be
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