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September

This song is by Earth, Wind & Fire and appears…

This song has been covered by…
This song is available as a downloadable track for the video games Rock Band 4 and Rocksmith 2014.
This song is featured in the movies Babel, Dan In Real Life, Get Over It, Lost & Found, Soul Food and The Ringer.
This song is featured in the television series American Dad!, Chuck and The Cleveland Show.
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Song of the Day
October 15, 2009
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September
Do you remember
The 21st night of September?
Love was changing the minds of pretenders
While chasing the clouds away

Our hearts were ringing
In the key that our souls were singing
As we danced in the night, remember
How the stars stole the night away

Ba de ya, say, do you remember
Ba de ya, dancing in September?
Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day

Ba du-da, ba du-da, ba du-da, ba-du
Ba du-da, ba-du, ba du-da, ba-du
Ba du-da, ba-du, ba du-da, yeah

My thoughts are with you
Holding hands with your heart
To see you, only blue talk and love, remember
How we knew love was here to stay

Now December found the love
We shared in September
Only blue talk and love, remember
The true love we share today

Ba de ya, say, do you remember
Ba de ya, dancing in September?
Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day

And we say, ba de ya, say, do you remember
Ba de ya, dancing in September?
Ba de ya, golden dreams were shiny days

Now our bell was ringing, aha
Our souls were singing
Do you remember every cloudy day, yow

And we say ba de ya, say, do you remember
Ba de ya, dancing in September?
Ba de ya, never was a cloudy day

And we say ba de ya, say, do you remember
Ba de ya, dancing in September?
Ba de ya, golden dreams were shiny days

Ba de ya, de ya, de oh
Ba de ya, de ya, de oh
Ba de ya, de ya, de oh, de ay

Ba de ya, de ya, de oh
Ba de ya, de ya, de oh
Ba de ya, de ya, de oh, de ay

Written by:

Maurice White, Al McKay and Allee Willis

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