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Queenstown

Passenger

When I think back to that morning in Queenstown
My heart starts to ache
Sitting in the shade of the hire car
Throwing stones into the lake

We didn't know that life would throw
A little more than we could take
If I ever get back to Queenstown
I won’t make the same mistake

Do you remember that water on our skin
Cold as ice and sweet as gin?
Drunk on love and life, yeah
We drank the whole thing down

I remember that soft summer air
The golden sunlight in your hair
Singing and laughing
Driving the coast road down
To Queenstown

Do you remember that evening in Queenstown
Walking down by the pier?
Sun going down to the Piano Man
And the moon shining down so clear

Drinking wine and feeling fine
Oh, and we had no idea
If I ever get back to Queenstown
I’ll have one for you, my dear

Do you remember the water that night
Shimmering under the restaurant lights?
Drunk on love and life, yeah
We drank the whole thing down

I remember the magic in the air
The silver moonlight in your hair
Making love and sleeping safe and sound
In Queenstown

Life moves fast, now years have past
And I’m living on my own
I see you now and again
Through mutual friends
Though I know that bird has flown

Sitting on the couch in this big old house
And I’ve never felt so alone
If I ever get back to Queenstown
I might not make it home

If I ever get back to Queenstown
I might not come home
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