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Can I go on my way without you
Whoa... How can I know
If I go on my way without you
Whoa... Where would I go

Set sail with me
Misty lady, set my spirit free
New love to find
And though I leave another behind

I'll always (Come back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)

She's my lady, now and ever
Whoa... How can I know
Can we go all the way together
Whoa... Let it be so

So we'll say our last goodbye
And we'll make it this time
Hey... Ho... Set sail with me
To a paradise out beyond the sea

Atlantis (Is back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)
Atlantis (Is back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)

Atlantis (Is back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)
Atlantis (Is back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)

Atlantis (Is back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)
I'll always (Come back to you)



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