Once In A Garden

Album: The Village Lanterne (2006)
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  • Once in a garden where dreams could be found
    Once children's laughter was the only sound
    No worries troubles were few

    Once in garden where innocence rang pure and true
    Once on a hilltop beneath the old tree
    Swings made of tires made us feel so free

    The butterflies kissed our hair
    Once on a hilltop I still see us right there
    Hours of make believe playing in the sun
    Dreaming with wonder, "What would we become?"

    Hours of make believe playing in the sun
    Dreaming with wonder, "What would we become?"
    My best friend cold in my hand
    We'd run by the sea through castles of sand

    Once in a forest just like Robin Hood
    Flowers were our playmates we only saw good
    In everything be it right or wrong
    Once in a garden I still can hear our song

    Can you hear our song?
    Can you hear our song?


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