"Back Where We Started" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, James Gerad Gilmour and Michael Anthony Sadler....
It's cold when it's October here
So I guess I won't see you at my birthday this year
And who'd have thought a love like this
Would wither and wash out as a winter pulls near
I'm not gonna cry about it
No, I'm just gonna lie about it
Your laughter filling my sails

So
Back where we started
Back where we started
And why don't we just leave it
No
Not broken-hearted
Just back where we started
And why don't we just leave it at that
Leave it at that

The summer asked no questions
And the winds found no excuse to abridge our story
(Over)
Nature is a faithless friend
And counting on her favors will make you sorry
(Over)
I'm not gonna cry about you
It's not like I'll die without you
Your laughter filling my sails

So
Back where we started
Back where we started
And why don't we just leave it
No
Not broken-hearted
Just back where we started
And why don't we just leave it at that
Leave it at that


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"Back Where We Started" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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