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Lyrics January Elton John

Song Lyrics For January by Elton John


Elton John


Must have been the right month
Must have been a good time
Must have counted every cloud in the sky that night
Every single glass of wine
Must have learned some home truths
Sitting in that cool grass
Must have counted every blade in that emerald field
Every shooting star that passed
Should have had a talk with God
Sitting in the great unknown
Watching all the lovers in the world get together
Sitting in Heaven all alone
And we were love’s knot after summer
Tied together in the dead of winter
Wrapped up with spring fever in the air
Bound together in the autumn
Every month means a little something
But January is the month that cares
Must have kissed you ‘till I hurt you
Must have been a wild night
Must have rolled in the ashes at the break of day
Rag dolls in the morning light
Must have found a secret place
Hiding in our own world
Must have counted every smile on your sweet, sweet lips
Every single sound we heard

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Elton John’s first album of the 1980s was, 21 at 33. The album was certified Gold in the US and peaked at number 13 in the US and 12 in the UK. The album released two singles, “Little Jeannie,” and Sartorial Eloquence.” Almost exactly a year later, Elton John released The Fox. The album included, “Nobody Wins,” and “Chloe.”...Read Elton_John Bio

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