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All I wanted...

Wind swept faces on sunset avenue
All I wanted was to get to you
Screaming, heart felt, my apologies
Don't make a difference cause you just can't believe
Miles & miles keeping us apart
Broken layers of a shattered star
If I could rewind times you were so blind
Then I'd come running back to you

Where you are is where I wanna be
Racing back to where my heart was free
If I could have some time to renew
Then I'd come running back to you

Pieces, shadows, faces of the doubt
Turned out all the lights above the sound
Over, absent waking up the room
And I come running back to you to you to you

Where you are, is where I wanna be
Racing back to where my heart was free
If I could have some time to renew
Then I'd come running back to you

Our love is where we are to be
Sunsets bring dawn eventually
Give me the chance to start anew
And I'll come running back to you

Where you are, is where I wanna be
Racing back to where my heart was free
If I could have some time to renew
Then I'd come running back to you.



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