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Lucy Allen & Marshall Goers
Lucy Allen


For Andy. Hope you're still playing guitar and singing and writing songs.


In the winter of 85 and on into the summer Played music at the club, for our friends and for each other I have the tape we made back then with Angel from Montgomery Recorded in the living room with our harmonies so lovely The letters you used to write were the best gifts I received With your address they’re now gone, something I can’t retrieve The last time I saw you I was standing at the station It seemed right for you to leave me there, go back to my own nation Chorus: I wish I never told you “I love you” I wish I had been single at the time I wish I knew now you are happy In London or in Oxford or in Skye Bridge: You might have been the right one but it wasn't the right time You could've been the wrong one and I was desperate in my life It seemed you were my best friend, or I remember it that way And if I hadn’t spoken we might still be friends today Sitting on the bottom shelf a memory in a folder The songs we sang together before we both got older I give to you a wish today of grace and peace and plenty And this song I send out to you wherever you may be Chorus
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