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(tim rice/john farrar)I shall think it a dream tomorrowI won’t believe you returnedThat once again I saw and touched youAnd you’re so unconcerned, unconcernedYou must have known that your cruel silenceWould be so hard to bearAnd yet you let me waitYou let me wait and wonderNeither here nor there, here nor thereI came back with just one intentionFor one last look, one last taste of youRevenge on those who still despise meAnd take my own life tooBut there’s a long and twisted journeyBetween this callous thought and deedAnd you’re a sweeter way to give meAll the things I needTwo ambitions coincidingWill only happen now and thenNever hope or dream tomorrowWill hope or dream tomorrowNever hope or dream tomorrowWill hope or dream tomorrowHow I hope it’s no dream tomorrowBut I’m scared the light will fadeAnd today will be a vague recollectionJust a fool’s escapade, escapadeI never cared much about the futureYesterday was always thereSo when you give me hope, hope or a promiseIt just isn’t fair, isn’t fairAnd plan, any calculationAny plot or device at allRuns into another’s dreamRuns into a wallNo matter what premeditationIn our three score years and tenThere are only fractured momentsWe’d want to live againTwo ambitions coincidingWill only happen now and thenNever hope or dream tomorrowWill restore your faith againNever hope or dream tomorrowWill hope or dream tomorrow



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