"Turn the Page" as written by and Eric Rosse Matthew Hires....
My heart has flown to fields of flowers and open roads,
While I'm left lying in my bed,
And the darkness holds little rest for weary bones,
Now turn the page, the chapter's ending.

And the earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me.
Sail your ship across my sea,
And I'll see you in my sleep.

So far from home,
The light's still shining from your soul.
It's burning holes into my head.
Flowers grow, the night is moving way too slow,
But I don't want to see your smile fading.

And the earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me.
Sail your ship across my sea,
And I'll see you in my sleep.

In the night alone, I'm with the lover of my soul,
'Cause where else could I go?
Where else could I go?
Where else could I go?
Oh, where else could I go?
Oh, where else could I go?
Oh, I'm singing, where else could I go?

And the earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me.
Sail your ship across my sea,
And I'll see you in my sleep.
Oh, the earth is on her knees
As oceans cover me.
Oh, won't you sail your ship across my sea
and I'll see you in my sleep.
I'll see you in my sleep.
Yes, I'll see you in my sleep.


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"Turn the Page" as written by Eric Rosse Matthew Hires

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