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   Long, Long, Long
by John T. Marck

Long Long Long


Written while George was with the others in India, on the surface, this song appears to be about the loss then regained love of a girl. But, the "you" George refers to was not any girl, nor his wife Patti, but rather God. George's devotion at this time to his religious beliefs conflicted with the devotion he had to his wife, thus was the beginning of their marital problems, eventually leading to their breakup.

It's been long long long time,

how could I ever have lost you,

when I loved you

It look a long long long time,

now I'm so happy I found you,

how I love you

So many tears I was searching,

so many tears I was wasting,

oh, oh

Now I can see you be you,

how can I ever misplace you,

how I want you

Oh, I love you,

you know that I need you,


I  love you

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