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September - Earth, Wind, & Fire

Do you remember the 21st night of September? Love was changing the mind of pretenders While chasing the clouds away Our hearts were ringing In the key that our souls were singing As we danced in the night Remember, how the stars stole the night away, yeah yeah yeah Hey hey hey Ba de ya, say do you remember Ba de ya, dancing in September Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day Ba duda, ba duda, ba duda, badu Ba duda, badu, ba duda, badu Ba duda, badu, ba duda My thoughts are with you Holding hands with your heart to see you Only blue talk and love Remember, how we knew love was here to stay Now December found the love that we shared in September Only blue talk and love Remember, the true love we share today Hey hey hey Ba de ya, say do you remember Ba de ya, dancing in September Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day There was a Ba de ya, say do you remember Ba de ya, dancing in September Ba de ya, golden dreams were shiny days The bell was ringing, aha Our souls were singing Do you remember every cloudy day, yau There was a Ba de ya, say do you remember Ba de ya, dancing in September Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day There was a Ba de ya, say do you remember Ba de ya, dancing in September Ba de ya, golden dreams were shiny days Ba de ya de ya de ya Ba de ya de ya de ya Ba de ya de ya de ya de ya Ba de ya de ya de ya Ba de ya de ya de ya Ba de ya de ya de ya de ya Read more: Earth Wind & Fire - September Lyrics | MetroLyrics
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my boys. go EWF.
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wake me up when september ends
It's november, dude
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