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I Remember the Night the Wind Took Your Clothes

I remember the night
The wind took your clothes;
Took your clothes and tossed them…

— or was it your heart
That tossed them away?

I remember the night
The wind took your will,
Took your will
And left you nothing,
Nothing but a fire.

Or was it your love
That had its way with your will,
That committed the arson
That got us in bed?

Yeah, I think it was…
I think it was love,
That same love we denied,
Denied over the years
We laughed with each other,
Talked with each other,
Danced with each other,
And cried the same tears.

I remember the night,
I remember it now,
The night the wind took our clothes.

Yeah, our clothes —
Along with out masks,
Our fronts and our faces,
And blew all that hooey away.
Blew it away.
Blew all that hooey away.

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