Ritchie Sacramento

Album: As The Love Continues (2021)
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  • Arise crystal spear, fly-through over me
    Suddenly gone from here, left alone on the road
    What brings you back? Promises of a memory
    Your own ghost running away with the past

    Disappear in the sun
    All gone, all gone
    It took a while just to think
    Of home, of home

    My oldest friend that I barely knew
    So much fun hanging around in the dark
    You stop time, managed to somehow find a way
    Out of here, a dagger in everyone's heart

    Disappear in the sun
    All gone, all gone
    It took a while just to think
    Of home, of home

    Disappear in the sun
    All gone, all gone
    It took a while just to think
    Of home, of home Writer/s: Stuart Braithwaite
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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