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James Cavanaugh & The Charm Of Hugo: Music

You Would've Loved Lovin Me

(James Cavanaugh)
Just last night down at Jack's
I caught a glance I tossed it back
She looked so good in that neon light
When one more time she looked my way
I stumbled up to her to say
Haven't I seen you here, you're hauntingly familiar
Then in a flood of memory it all came rushin back to me
That time when she told me

Someday you'll be lonely
And you will remember me
It wasn't just another Sunday morning
And you would've loved lovin me

Well there I stood dumb as a tree
She stared a hole right into me
It's what I like to call the moment of truth
A little click, a whippoorwill
Alighting on a windowsill
Then a grin lit up her face
She knew she had me in my place
She said, oh yes we've met before
That time outside my kitchen door
When I tried to tell you

Someday you'll be lonely
And you will remember me
It wasn't just another Sunday morning
And you would've loved lovin me

You would've loved lovin me
Sweet Baby lay it on me
You would've loved lovin me
Sweet Baby lay it on me

She put her fingers in my hair
And whispered gently in my ear
You ain't never gonna get your greasy mitts on this big fella

Today you look lonely
And now you remember me
It wasn't just another Sunday morning
And you would've loved lovin me

You would've loved lovin me
Sweet Baby lay it on me
You would've loved lovin me
Sweet Baby lay it on me
You would've loved lovin me - yeah