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'Now That the Summer's Come' was originally written as a song in 2003, having been based on a melody by a close friend.

Now That the Summer's Come

Def._2015_36_by Carl Halling14 Apr 2016

Babe, where's your smile,
Don't be a melancholy child,
Can't you see
That the summer's come?

Stuck in your room
With your winter curtains drawn,
While the suburbs
Are all bathed in sun.

No more winter time lows,
Only joy now because
We can shake off the blues,
Babe, there's no time to lose.

We can go for a cruise
Down the Thames
Or down the Ouse,
Or just snooze under summer's sun,

Find a village green,
Watch some cricket,
Take some tea, as you please,
Summer's made for fun.

Get some sweet summer air,
Feel the breeze in your hair,
Forget that sad old affair,
He's not worth all the tears.

Babe, where's your smile,
Don't be a melancholy child,
Can't you see
That the summer's come?

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