Album: Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie (2017)
  • I wonder where you are
    As I fold upon my bed
    And I think about the way we were
    So much left unsaid

    I wonder what you're doing
    As I walk along the shore
    You took your love away from me
    When I only wanted more

    Sometimes I wonder
    Do you ever think of me?
    And it's worse for me at night, you know
    When the red sun kisses the sea

    Slowly breaks the dawn to day
    Held it by the sun
    My favorite time of day
    Or so I thought when we began

    My mind is filled with journeys
    Echo with your smile
    No, you won't take that away from me
    Even if you try

    Sometimes I wonder
    Do you ever think of me?
    And it's worse for me at night, you know
    When the red sun kisses the sea

    Oh, sometimes I wonder
    Do you ever think of me?
    And it's worse for me at night, you know
    When the red sun kisses the sea

    Sometimes I wonder
    Do you ever think of me?
    And it's worse for me at night, you know
    When the red sun kisses the sea

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