"Today" as written by and Randy Sparks....
Central park looks like a graveyard
It never rained like that before
I took the ferry to new jersey
Never coming back no more
In my hand I hold a ticket
Statue points up to the clouds
Now I'm leaving New York city
I can hear the seagulls cries

Whenever I saw you, it felt like the first time
Whenever I kissed you, just like the furst time
Whenever I hold you it was never the same
And I thought that the last time
Would never come
Today

Autumn's sun burns down on berlin
A turkish bride just passes by
Someone plans a revolution
Little kites dance in the sky
I will always hear your heartbeat
I will always think of you
Laughter's ringing from the playgrounds
As I watch the children play
Ain't no doubt

Whenever I saw you, it felt like the first time
Whenever I kissed you, just like the furst time
Whenever I hold you it was never the same
And I thought that the last time
Would never come
Today
Here comes the rain
Right now!


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"Today" as written by Randy Sparks

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