Turn Back The Clock

Album: Turn Back The Clock (1987)
Charted: 12
  • Another day is ended
    And I still canâ??t sleep
    Remembering my yesterdays
    I begin to weep
    If I could have it over
    Live my life again
    I wouldnâ??t change a single day

    [Chorus]
    I wish that I could turn back the clock
    Bring the wheels of time to a stop
    Back to the days when life was so much better

    Lying here in silence
    Picture in my hand
    Of a boy I still resemble
    But I no longer understand
    And as the tears run freely
    How I realise they were the best years of my life

    [Chorus]

    You might say itâ??s just
    A case of giving up
    No
    But without these memories where is the love
    Where is the love

    If I could have it over
    Live my life again
    I wouldnâ??t change a single day

    [Chorus]

    Why canâ??t I turn back the clock
    Bring the wheels of time to a stop
    Back to the days
    Oh no no
    I remember when
    Life was so good
    Iâ??d go back Iâ??d I could
    Oh oh I wouldnâ??t change a single day
    Donâ??t let the memories slip away
    I wouldnâ??t change a single day
    Donâ??t let the memories slip away Writer/s: CLARK DATCHLER
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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