Gone With The Wind

Album: Under a Violet Moon (1999)
  • Twisting turning
    The winds are burning
    Leaving me without a name
    How will we ever find our way

    Snow was falling
    I could hear the frightened calling
    Fear taking over every man
    Life meaning nothing more than sand

    Wind will sweep away
    The traces I was here
    A story in a teardrop
    That's all I have to give

    Rage inferno swallowing the life that I know
    Strength is the only way to fight
    You must look up to see the light

    Gone with the wind

    Take all I know
    Turn it into darkened shadows
    They'll disappear in the sun
    When a new story has begun

    She survived the nightmare
    Began a whole new life here
    But I can see behind those eyes
    She still sees those fires in the night

    Twisting and turning
    Oh, the winds are burning
    Leaving me without a name
    How will we ever find our way Writer/s: CANDICE NIGHT, RITCHIE BLACKMORE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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