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Michael Tomlinson – Don't Know When lyrics

I've been away
There must be something in the air that has called me to stay
I'm over
The cloudy feeling that I had to get out of the rain
This summer
It doesn't matter whatever calls out my name
I'm ready
Are you ready cause after this we'll never be the same
Getting ready to ride on the wind
Do you believe we'll ever feel this agian
I want your weight upon me
Don't want to be lost and lonely
I want to wake to find a world we belong in
Lay all your hair around me then act surprised that you found me
I'm always going but I don't know when
I'm on the phone
I hear you breathing and I'm off in a world of my own
For so long,
So many reasons, hard to discern where the hell I'm going
I'm rolling
A steady rythym, keeping the pace with a song
Oh woman
Am I dreaming, or are you as real as the cloud I'm on
Getting ready to ride on the wind
Do you believe we'll ever feel this again

Oh fall was on and you were gone
So much for summer days
Yeah but the letters come and every one repeats what I used to say

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