Summer Of '69 (MTV Unplugged Version) Karaoke Bryan Adams

Karaoke Summer Of '69 (MTV Unplugged Version) Bryan Adams

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Lyrics of Summer Of '69 (MTV Unplugged Version)

Good evening everybody
Here we go
Two, three, four
I got my first real six string bought it at the five and dime
Played it till my fingers bled it was the summer of a sixty nine
Me and some guys from school had a band and we tried real hard
Jimmy quit, and Jody got married
I shoulda known we'd never get far
But when I look back now that summer seemed to last forever
And if I had the choice yeah I'd always wanna be there
Those were the best days of my life
Ain't no use in complainin' when you got a job to do
Spent my evenin's down at the drive-in
And that's when I met you yeah
Standin' on your mama's porch you told me that you'd wait forever
And when you held my hand
I knew that it was now or never
Those were the best days of my life
Back in the summer of sixty-nine
Yeah, man we were killin' time we were young and restless we needed to unwind
I guess nothin' can last forever forever, yeah
And now the times are changin'
Look at everything that's come and gone
Sometimes when I play my old six-string
I think about ya wonder what went wrong
Standin' on your mama's porch you told me it would last forever
And when you held my hand
I knew that it was now or never
Those were the best days of my life, oh
Back in the summer of sixty-nine, hey
It was the summer of sixty-nine, oh yeah
Just me and my baby in sixty-nine, oh, oh, yeah
It was the summer the summer the summer of sixty-nine, hey, woah
We were the summer of love, oh
Thank you

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