"I'll Leave the Light On" as written by and Eric Bazilian Jonatha Brooke....
And you say that you're ok
You say you don't need anything, or anyone
And that you're better off this way
You'll be fine no matter what
What's done is done

Walking through these darkened rooms
Filled with empty promises, and your perfume

I'll leave the light on
I know you'll be back
I don't need to know any more than that
So don't say a word, don't tell me where you've been
I'll be here waiting, just to let you in

And you say that I'm naïve
Love is not a fairy tale
Well maybe so, who would know
Cuz I'm the fool who still believes
That there's a happy ending here
That time will tell and love will know

Even in these darkened rooms
I will keep my promises to cherish and believe in you

I'll leave the light on
I know you'll be back
I don't need to know any more than that
So don't say a word, don't tell me where you've been
I'll be here waiting, just to let you in

I'd rather be a fool now, than a slave to my own pride
I'd rather let you go, just to let you know
That I'm always on your side

So I'll leave the light on
I know you'll be back
I don't need to know any more than that
Don't say a word, don't tell me where you've been
I'll be here waiting, just to let you in


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