"Back in 1876 -" as written by and Rolfe Robin Kent....
Back where I belong
Safely in your arms
All at once it came to me
Love´s never to be as seems
You and all this time
And how could I see it too
The dream of love was just for fools
But still I fell for you
I could leave when I might try
I could run away
But something inside drives me home
I´m a hungry slave enslaved

Strange how the wind blows
And love you´ll never know
When did it come to you and me
It was always meant to be
So I say to you
Perhaps this dreaming is real
I give up, let fate decide
Throw up my hands, enjoy the ride
With you here right by my side
Back where I belong


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