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  • Tell me how did we fall into this place
    We move on, we will never be replaced
    And I can't even think about the next
    It's too far away
    First I must forget, by leaving
    I am a different man
    I didn't have the picture
    For the perfect frame
    I know that

    We traveled streets unknown
    Been away too long
    Now it's time to go...home
    Back with our love

    We should never be strangers
    You should never pass me on the street
    Would you please remember me as I remember you?

    Looking back we were strangers in the night
    We were told that we let our hearts collide
    And I swear I had the time of my life
    Wish I could stay, it just wouldn't be right

    I know you
    You turn the light off last
    You let me sleep to dream
    You let me wake up first
    I believe in you and that will never change
    But I must turn away
    Now it's time to go...home

    Home, back with our love
    We should never be strangers
    You should never pass me on the street
    Remember me, please
    Now it's time to go...home Writer/s: JONATHAN JAMESON, MATTHEW VASQUEZ, KELLY WINRICH, WILL MCLAREN, BRANDON YOUNG
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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