"Holland Park" as written by Frank John Musker and Richard Kerr....
Walking through holland park
Where romantic poets have left their mark
The time of year, the way I feel
I dream of you, the dream is real
I watch the flowers grow
Change their clothes and die
I wonder why
You and I may never be the same again
I always hold you close to my heart
When I'm walking through holland park

Lost in my thoughts again
Disaster's road
Has been walked by better men
In every tree, in every stone
The sound of love walked alone
Oh mighty love you are
A heavy cross to bear
And it's so unfair
You and I may never be the same again
I always hold you close to my heart
When I'm walking through holland park

I won't let me drown my emotions
Even though I'd just as soon forget
The voices made the most of the magic
And the moment
So I just listen to my life and to my breath

In every tree in every stone
The sound of love that walked alone
Oh mighty love, you are a heavy cross to bear
And it's so unfair
You and I may never be the same again
I always hold you close to my heart
When I'm walking through holland park

I always hold you close to my heart
When I'm walking through holland park



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"Holland Park" as written by Frank Musker Richard Kerr

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