Album: Someone To Watch Over Me (2011)
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  • Return, return to me
    Don't leave me here
    With nothing but the feeling of falling
    Return, return to me
    Our memory can hold me in it's arms in the morning

    You know with all that I've enjoyed
    You were my strength and more
    Knowing you're gone but I pray for your
    Return, return to me
    Don't let me be alone without a hope that your love brings

    I know the world sees what it wants to see
    But only you knew me
    I sing to you and the memories

    Return, return to me
    Don't let anyone, anything
    Come between us

    Just promise me
    And forever
    If I lost anything
    Are you forever
    This worship break into
    I will pray till you
    Return Writer/s: WAYNE HECTOR, STEVE MAC
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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