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(Clive Westlake)

Just like a ship sailing out on a mornin' tide
Sailing far away out to sea and the sea is very wide
You walked away where there's lots of room to hide
Out into the world and the world is very wide
But one day, (baby, one day), baby, one day

I will come to you if it takes everyday left in my life
I will come to you for there must be someone in my life
No matter where you are
I'll find you near or far
Or I will never love 'til I can love with you
And I won't really live
For life without you is like dying

Don't know where you are
And I don't know if you think of me
But where you are
Is the only place I wanna be
Lost in a world of nothing much to do
That's how I am ever since losing you
But one day, (baby, one day), oh, baby, one day

I will come to you if it takes everyday left in my life, yes I will
I will come to you for there must be someone in my life
No matter where you are
I'll find you near or far
Or I will never love 'til I can love with you
And I won't really live
For life without you is like dying

(I will come to you, ooh, ooh)
There must be someone in my life
(I will come to you, ooh, ooh)
(I will come to you, ooh, ooh)
Oh baby, there must be someone in my life, baby
(I will come to you, ooh, ooh)
Oh, everyday left in my life



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