♫ Doris Day - The Glass Bottom Boat [From the Glass Bottom Boat] songtekst | Songteksten.nl - Your Lyrics Source
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In the 70s - Meaning of Lyrics From Songs of the Seventies
These are the meanings behind the song lyrics from different songs of the 70s. In particular, we're sounding for songs that aren't immediately obvious. We too have pages on this topic dedicated to the 80s and 90s James Taylor's "I Seen firing And I Seen Rain" What i interpet the song is once he sings susanna the plans they put an end to you.
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