"Where Are You Going to My Love" as written by William Frederick/davies Davidson and John/hiller Goodison....
I hold your hand, and gently touch your hair.
Then we'll walk together hand in hand the way it used to be.
The way you smile, and kiss me tenderly.
Tears begin to fill my misty eyes, now you're gone from me.

Where are you going to, my love?
Will you come back when the sun shines?
Any time you want to come home, it's alright.
Where are you going to, my love?
Will our love return tomorrow?
Any day you want to call me, it's alright.

I hear your voice, it's always haunting me.
Everywhere I turn, I see your face, but you're never there.
You're all I have, you're all I'm living for.
I can't bear the pain or misery, please come back to me.

Where are you going to, my love?
Will you come back when the sun shines?
Any time you want to come home it's alright.
Where are you going to, my love?
Will our love return tomorrow?
Any day you want to call me it's alright.


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"Where Are You Going to My Love" as written by Michael Philip Lesli Davies John Goodison

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