"There Is a Time" as written by and Original French Gene Lees....
There's a time, there's a time
Time for summer and for snow
Time for love to grow
And to end in lonely tears
There's a place I adore
That I fear I'll see no more
I will see no more
Though I live for a hundred years

There's a time for losing all you want
And a time for travelling on
But the hurt in my heart
It goes on from day to day
Will not go away
Keeps on longing for what's gone

There's a time, there's a time
When a love is young and new
Heaven's painted blue
When we lay in the summer grass
For a time, for a time
You were so in love with me
So how was I to see
That the summer would pass

Now you ride the ocean, change the star
Underneath some far away sky
And the hurt in my heart
Knows you're never coming home
Never coming home
Till the day the sea runs dry

In my dreams, in my dreams
You have left yourself behind
You caress my mind
When the nights grow dark and chill
Vagabond, vagabond
Always travelling beyong
Where's the magic wand
That will bring you nearer still

There's a time for holding to your dreams
And a time for starting a new
But the hurt in my heart
It goes from day to day
Never goes away
For it's all I have left of you


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"There Is a Time" as written by Gene Lees Charles Aznavour

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