Take Me Away

Album: The Revölution by Night (1983)
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  • Strange shapes light up the night
    I've never seen 'em though I hope I might
    Don't ask if they are real
    The men in black, their lips are sealed

    Fantasy fills my mind
    To leave this place before my time
    Release myself from earthly care
    My dream may be your nightmare

    [Chorus]
    I turn my hopes up to the sky
    I'd like to know before I die
    Memories will slowly fade
    I lift my eyes and say
    Come on take me away
    Come on take me away

    Come here girl close to me
    A thousand stars your eyes can see
    First one we see tonight
    I wish I may I wish I might

    [Chorus]

    Jam

    [Chorus]

    I lift my eyes and say
    Come on take me away Writer/s: ALDO NOVA, ERIC BLOOM
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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