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23 minutes ago, Dennis4050 said:

Thanks. The sign I am talking about is at the end of the song, the closing of the song, and before the announcement. Any thoughts. Thanks again for the help!

The last three sections are the following:

[Bridge]
And I say
You're the one I wanna be with (yo, yo), when the sun goes down
You're the one I wanna be with (the one I wanna be with), when the sun goes down
Singing, you're the one I wanna be with, when the sun goes down
You're the one I wanna be with, when the sun goes

[Chorus]
And that's the sound, of sunshine coming down!
And that's the sound, of sunshine coming down!

[Outro]
Hey, hey, hey (when the sun goes down)
Hey hey hey (when the sun goes down) hey hey hey hey
When the sun goes down!

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So before the "I love you" that the interpreter says, I think it is "the sun goes down"

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