"So You Disappear" as written by and Marco Heubaum Elisabeth Schaphaus....
I breathe the scent of your hair
(Your emerald eyes are closed)
There's still some music in the air
(Feels like time no more flows)

We sit, you're in my arms
(Watching the first daylight gleam)
You say, "I like your warmth"
(A voice just in a dream)

I was dreaming of the wind
I was dreaming like a child
A prince and princess fairy tale
And so you disappear

I was dreaming of the fire
Of the time when it was wild
I was dreaming far too sweet
And so you disappear

In chaos waters I do swim
(And you're the stone one's thrown into)
A frail creature now gets dim
(As the gold turns into blue)

Made me think you were so damn near
(Like a bright shining star)
But reaching out, you disappeared
(For real you are so very far)

I was dreaming of the wind
I was dreaming like a child
A prince and princess fairy tale
And so you disappear

I was dreaming of the fire
Of the time when it was wild
I was dreaming far too sweet
And so you disappear

I was dreaming of the wind
I was dreaming like a child
A prince and princess fairy tale
And so you disappear

I was dreaming of the wind
I was dreaming like a child
A prince and princess fairy tale
And so you disappear

I was dreaming of the fire
Of the time when it was wild
I was dreaming far too sweet
And so..

(I dreampt of the wind)
I'd run, so sweet
(I dreampt like the child)
I'd burn, so sweet
(I dreampt of the fire)
(Of the time it was wild)
I'd run, so sweet
(I dreampt of the wind)
(I dreampt like the child)
I'd burn
(I dreampt of the fire)
And so you disappeared



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"So You Disappear" as written by Marco Heubaum Elisabeth Schaphaus

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