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Find song with the words, "Well hello, yes its been awhile."

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    “Ain’t it Funny (How Time Slips Away)” by Willie Nelson done by lots but memorably by Joe Hinton

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You may find songs with this by searching lyrics databases.
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http://www.lyrics.com/lyrics/yes%20its%20been%20awhile

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