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Ray Price – I Saw My Castles Fall Today lyrics

(Rex Griffin - Ray Price)
I saw my castles fall today
And crumble into dust beneath my feet
In shambles there my future lay
Each broken stone a dream so sweet.
I mend the ruins of all my schemes
As nothing else to do or say
I'll say goodbye to all my dreams
I saw my castles fall today.
--- Instrumental ---
I saw my castles fall today
My world came tumbling down before my eyes
I know it's faded
I must pay for bulding castles in the skies.
I buil' the heaven in the sky
Where my true love and I could stay
Then came the words that meant goodbye
I saw my castles fall today...



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