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  • Came to your border
    Looking back into the night
    Falling down on the city lights far away

    Tell me the answer
    "Who knows the wrong from the right?"
    Years may come and years they go
    You've seen your bridges burning
    And the wheels of time keep turning

    Like a ship in the night
    You passed along the highways of my life
    And now my mind you're always in
    And the ten-thirty flight will soon be headed my way
    As she sails across the skyway of Berlin

    Thought I heard your bells cry
    Bringing the life to your face
    The time for tears has passed away
    Can't you see the night is lifting
    And the sands of time are shifting?

    Like a ship in the night
    You passed along the highways of my life
    And now my mind you're always in
    And the ten-thirty flight will soon be headed my way
    As she sails across the skyway of Berlin

    Oh, and to think of all the changes you have seen
    Oh, and reflect upon the way it might have been

    Like a ship in the night
    You passed along the highways of my life
    And now my mind you're always in
    And the ten-thirty flight will soon be headed my way
    As she sails across the skyway of Berlin

    Like a ship in the night
    You passed along the highways of my life
    And now my mind you're always in
    And the ten-thirty flight will soon be headed my way
    As she sails across the skyway of Berlin

    Like a ship in the night
    You passed along the highways of my life
    And now my mind you're always in
    And the ten-thirty flight will soon be headed my way
    As she sails across the skyway of BerlinWriter/s: LES HOLROYD
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