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Johnny Duncan - Thinking of a Rendezvous Lyrics

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TitleThinking of a Rendezvous
ArtistJohnny Duncan
AlbumIt Couldn't Have Been Any Better [Collectors Choic [2003], Track 12
Pure Country [Sony] [1998], Track 3
Classic Country [Simitar] [1998], Track 1
Nice'n Easy (w/Janie Fricke) [Columbia] [1980], Track 9
Greatest Hits [Columbia] [1978], Track 9
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Thinking of a Rendezvous
Johnny Duncan & Janie Fricke

I said, hello, my it's been such a long time
You said, yes, it has, it's been a year or more
Then you smiled and asked about my wife and family
I said, Johnny's six and Judy's almost four.

But I was thinking how I'd love to get you alone for one hour
Down at the Family Inn like we used to do
We kept talking like nothing ever happened
But I was making small talk, thinking of a rendezvous.

You said, are you still working down at the factory
I said, yes I am, guess I'll be there til I die
You asked me if I still went down to Joe's Place
I said, ya, I do, but it's been a long, long time.

But I was thinking how I'd love to get you alone for one hour
Down at the Family Inn like we used to do
We kept talking like nothing ever happened
But I was making small talk, thinking of a rendezvous.

And you said, gotta go, sure been nice to see you
But I told Jack that I'd be home by nine
I said, by the way tell him I said, hello
And we'll all have to get together sometime.

But I was thinking how I'd love to get you alone for one hour
Down at the Family Inn like we used to do
We kept talking like nothing ever happened
But I was making small talk, thinking of a rendezvous...
submitted by GeeWhiz on August 27th, 2006

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