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Tony Bennett

Who's the one you would find on the beach every day?
Lying there on the shore while his friends swim away
Lying there in the sand only inches from you
Watching you everyday till the summer was through
It was me

Who would help gather shells for the bracelet you made?
Who would find you the cups for the pink lemonade?
Who was always beside you whenever you'd swim
When you sat by the sea as the daylight could end
It was me, it was me

Now that summer is gone and the warm skies are cold
And the soft winds are crisp with their wintry chill
Do you ever think back on the night when we kissed?
Can you ever forget? I know I never will

Who's the one next to you in the group photograph?
Who's the one with the face too unhappy to laugh?
Standing there looking down so uncertain and shy
Like a boy who's in love, so in love he could cry
It was me, it was me

Me finding out it was you

Written by BECAUD, GILBERT FRANCOIS LEOPOLD / VIDALIN, MAURICE ALFRED MARIE / GIMBEL, NORMAN
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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