"Gone With The Wind" as written by James T Diers, Jacob Douglas Hanson, Matthew Thomas Friesen, Evan Forrest Olcott, Rob Simonds and David Dwayne King....
Gone with the wind
Just like a leaf that has flown away
Gone with the wind
My romance has blown away
Yesterday's kisses are still on my lips
I've had a lifetime of heaven at my fingertips

But now all-all is gone
Gone is the rapture that fills my heart
Gone with the wind
My romance has flown apart

Just like a flame
Love burned brightly, then became
An empty smoke ring that has gone
Gone with the wind

Gone, gone, gone with the wind
Just like a leaf that has flown away
Gone with the wind
My romance has flown away
Yesterday's kisses are still, still on my lips
I've had a lifetime of heaven at my fingertips

But now all-all is gone
Gone is the rapture that fills my heart
Gone with the wind
My romance has flown apart

Just like a flame
Love burned brightly, then became
An empty smoke ring that has
Gone with the wind

Gone with the wind


Lyrics submitted by Elisheva

"Gone with the Wind" as written by Allie Wrubel Herbert Magidson

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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