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MY SOLILOQUY

 

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Submitted by M3g52 | 9/15/2017

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Artista: My Soliloquy (lyric)
Album: The Interpreter (2013)
Cancion: 8-Star

I sat and watched the sunset
I sat and watched it disappear
And when i woke (when i woke) to the changing of the day
I found i couldn''t trust too hard

I stood and watched my life on hold (on hold)
I stood and faced the waves of fear (waves of fear)
And when i spoke i heard the change in me
And saw salvation waiting near

You came to me when you saw me
I came to you to set you free
We found each other in disbelief
In each others arms we believed
My love
That we found our peace

In a nervous state i lay there
I could hear you down the stairs
And before me walls were crumbling
The sings of my repair

You hoped that i would follow (you hoped that i would follow)
I hoped you''d let me win (i hoped you''d let me win)
There we sat and found our common ground
As we witnessed stars begin (witnessed stars begin)
(my love) we found each other in our need
We found each other to be free
To rid ourselves of disbelief
Let us be at peace, my love let us be at peace
(my little star i still love you)
I still love you
(i still love you)

You came to me when you saw me
I came to you to set you free
We found each other in sidbelief
In each others arms we believed
My love
That we found our peace (i still love you)

We found each other in our need
We found each other to be free
To rid ourselves of disbelief
Let us be at peace, my love let us be at peace...

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