"Love Let Go" as written by and Hugh Prestwood....
Since I heard the whistle
Of a mournful midnight train
Sing a little duet
With a siren in the rain
The sang about true love
Between the damned and the devout
And right then for a moment
The fire in me blew out

And for a moment I felt my shackled heart unchained

It was right then, instant liberation
It was not long, but I was set free
It was release, for a moment love let go of me

Once I saw the moon rise
As the sun climbed into bed
They both shone on each other
'Til the sun blushed ruby red
And then a pair of swallows
Silhouetted cross its face
And my heart pirouetted
Through the twilight with their grace

And for a moment I was not a prisoner of love

It was right then, a little liberation
It was so quick, but I was set free
It was release, for a moment love let go of me


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"Love Let Go" as written by Hugh Prestwood

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