The Time Has Come

Album: The Time Has Come (1992)
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  • The time has come to let you go
    My tears will run and they'll keep me afloat
    I set you adrift like a burning boat
    The time has come to let you go

    The time has come to turn you loose
    It took my heart this long to face the truth
    If I lost you I can lose these blues
    The time has come to turn you loose

    We had our moment in the sun
    But that time has come and now that time is gone

    The time has come to set you free
    Tonight's the night I'll untie all these dreams
    I'll send them away so I can find some peace
    The time has come to set you free

    I'm gonna let you go Writer/s: LONNIE WILSON, SUSAN LONGACRE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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