"Gone" as written by Phil Coulter and Bill Martin....
broken moments in time couls till shine
but they're getting old
if you could see the world with my eyes
you'd be so surprised at what you'd know

so, if you see my angel of light
with her sweet wine
could you let me know
because i think she's gone again

fatal are these moments of trust
that pleases us and who would know
helped here by the passions of life
now strife won't let me go

so, if you see my angel of light
with her sweet wine
i thik she needs to know
that i've gone again
i've really gone again
i think i'm gone again

so lonely


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"Gone" as written by Roberto Diez San Martin

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    General CommentI love this song, it's just amazing!
    It sounds so familliar but I can't place it!!
    But it's just an amazing song to have playing when driving in the sunshine on a nice spring or summer day with the roof down, wind blowing through hair, etc etc.
    It's just a really great song!
    A.Mon March 23, 2006   Link
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    Lyric Correctionbroken moments in time could till shine
    but they're getting old
    if you could see this world with my eyes
    you'd be so surprised at what you'd know

    so, if you see my angel of light
    with her sweet wine
    could you let me know
    because i, i think she's gone again

    fatal are these moments of trust
    that pleases us and who would know
    helpless in these passions of life
    now strife won't let me go

    so, if you see my angel of light
    with her sweet wine
    i think she needs to know
    that i've gone again
    i'm really gone again
    i think i'm gone again

    so lonely
    angersagifton February 13, 2011   Link

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