Just Out of Reach

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Paul Glass

Paul Eugene Glass (born November 19, 1934) is a Swiss-American composer. more »


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1965
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Just out of reach
Time has changed you, I can see
Try to remember how we used to be
Come on back to me

Just out of reach
Don't stand back and you will see
Just how easy it can be
But you stand contentedly

Just out of reach
Time will show that I mean what I say
You'll see, you'll see
You'll wonder why you doubted my work
When our love was meant to be

Come on home, you'll be glad
Back here I won't be mad
Funny you should be the one to make me feel sad

Just out of reach

Just out of reach
Time will show that I mean what I say
You'll see, you'll see
You'll wonder why you doubted my work
When our love was meant to be

Come on home, you'll be glad
Back here I won't be mad
Funny you should be the one to make me feel sad

Just out of reach

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Written by: COLIN EDWARD MICHAEL BLUNSTONE

Lyrics © MARQUIS SONGS USA, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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